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    acampsia acampsia a·camp·si·a (ə-kāmp’sē-ə, ā-kāmp’-) n. Stiffening or rigidity of a joint.

  • Acantho-

    a combining form from Greek meaning “spine,” used in the formation of compound words: acanthocephalan. combining form indicating a spine or thorn: acanthocephalan acantho- or acanth- pref. Thorn; spine; spinous process: acanthocyte.

  • Acantha

    acantha acantha a·can·tha (ə-kān’thə) n. pl. a·can·thae (-thē) A sharp spiny part or structure, such as the spinous process of a vertebra.

  • Acanthaceous

    having prickly growths. belonging to the plant family Acanthaceae. adjective of or relating to the Acanthaceae, a mainly tropical and subtropical family of flowering plants that includes the acanthus having spiny or prickly outgrowths

  • Acanthamebiasis

    acanthamebiasis acanthamebiasis a·can·tha·me·bi·a·sis (ə-kān’thə-mē-bī’ə-sĭs) n. Infection with amebas of the genus Acanthamoeba that may result in a necrotizing dermal or tissue infection or in meningoencephalitis.

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