Mandibuloacral dysplasia

mandibuloacral dysplasia man·dib·u·lo·ac·ral dysplasia (mān-dĭb’yə-lō-āk’rəl)
A hereditary disorder characterized by dental crowding, ulceration and wasting of the skin on the hands and feet, softening and destruction of the bones, and stiff joints.


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