Medical Definition of Donohue's syndrome

1. A congenital form of dwarfism characterised by extreme growth retardation, endocrine disorders, and emaciation, with elfin facies and large low-set ears; autosomal recessive inheritance. Synonym: Donohue's disease, Donohue's syndrome. Origin: Irish leprechaun, elf (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Donohue's Syndrome

Dongguan
Dongola
Donizetti
Donkin
Donn Cuailnge
Donna
Donnan equilibrium
Donne
Donne's corpuscle
Donnean
Donner Pass
Donnian
Donnie
Donny
Donohue's disease
Donohue's syndrome
Donovan
Donovan's bodies
Dons
Doolittle
Doom
Doomsday Book
Doomsday Device
Doomsday Devices
Doona
Doonhamer
Doonhamers
Doose syndrome
Dopa-tyrosine sulfotransferase
Dopastat

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