acrokeratoelastoidosis ac·ro·ker·a·to·e·las·toi·do·sis (āk’rō-kěr’ə-tō-ĭ-lās’toi-dō’sĭs)
An inherited disorder marked by hyperkeratotic yellow nodules on the palms and soles with disorganization of the dermal elastic fibers.
having the female reproductive organ arising from the apical cell of the stem, thereby terminating its growth, as certain liverworts. Historical Examples The acrogynous Jungermanniaceae fall into a number of natural groups, which cannot, however, be followed out here. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 3 Various
acrokeratosis acrokeratosis ac·ro·ker·a·to·sis (āk’rō-kěr’ə-tō’sĭs) n. Overgrowth of the horny layer of the skin, characterized usually by nodular configurations of the backs of the fingers and toes.
- Acrokeratosis verruciformis
acrokeratosis verruciformis acrokeratosis verruciformis acrokeratosis ver·ru·ci·for·mis (və-rōō’sə-fôr’mĭs) n. A dermatitis of genetic origin, characterized by warty outgrowths of the hands and feet.
the variety of language in a creole continuum that approximates most closely the standard variety of a major international language, as the English spoken in Guyana or Jamaica.
a yellow, flammable liquid, C 3 H 4 O, having a stifling odor, usually obtained by the decomposition of glycerol: used chiefly in the synthesis of commercial and pharmaceutical products. Historical Examples During the oxidation of the fats, the glycerine in them is converted to acrolein or acryl-aldehyde, which also aids the tanning. Principles and […]