[mahy-oh-a-truh-fee] /ˌmaɪ oʊˈæ trə fi/

noun, Pathology.
of muscle.

myoatrophy my·o·at·ro·phy (mī’ō-āt’rə-fē) or my·at·ro·phy (mī-āt’rə-fē)
Muscular atrophy.


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