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abnormally large

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  • macrostomia — Abnormally large size of the mouth resulting from failure of fusion between the maxillary and mandibular processes of the embryonic face. [macro + G. stoma, mouth] * * * mac·ro·sto·mia .mak rə stō mē ə n 1) the …   Medical dictionary

  • macronychia — Abnormally large fingernails or toenails. [macro + G. onyx, nail] * * * mac·ro·nych·ia (mak″ro nikґe ə) [macro + onych + ia] the condition of having unusually large nails; called also megalonychia …   Medical dictionary

  • macrocytes — Abnormally large red blood cells, numerous in pernicious anaemia …   Dictionary of molecular biology

  • macromastia, macromazia — Abnormally large breasts. SEE ALSO: hypermastia (2). [macro + G. mastos, breast] …   Medical dictionary

  • macropodia — Abnormally large feet. SYN: megalopodia, pes gigas. [macro + G. pous, foot] * * * mac·ro·po·dia (mak″ro poґde ə) [macro + pod + ia] megalopodia …   Medical dictionary

  • megalogastria — Abnormally large size of the stomach. SYN: macrogastria. [megalo + G. gaster, stomach] * * * meg·a·lo·gas·tria (meg″ə lo gasґtre ə) gastromegaly …   Medical dictionary

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