Marfan-syndrome



[mahr-fan, mahr-fan] /ˈmɑr fæn, mɑrˈfæn/

noun, Pathology.
1.
a hereditary disorder characterized by abnormally elongated bones, especially in the extremities, hypermotility of the joints, and circulatory and eye abnormalities.

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