abiotrophies


abiotrophies
eɪbaɪə'trɑfɪ /-'trɒf- n. loss of life in or decay of particular cells or tissues (Pathology)

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • Abiotrophy — Loss of function or degeneration for reasons unknown. For example, cerebellar abiotrophy may affect coordination while cone rod abiotrophy may cause blindness at birth. * * * An age dependent manifestation of a genetically determined trait. [G. a …   Medical dictionary


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