Definition of Hereditary condition

1. Noun. A disease or disorder that is inherited genetically.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hereditary Condition

hereditarianism
hereditarians
hereditaries
hereditarily
hereditariness
hereditary
hereditary amyloidosis
hereditary angio oedema
hereditary angioedema
hereditary angioneurotic oedema
hereditary areflexic dystasia
hereditary ataxia
hereditary benign intraepithelial dyskeratosis
hereditary cerebellar ataxia
hereditary chorea
hereditary condition (current term)
hereditary coproporphyria
hereditary deforming chondrodystrophy
hereditary disease
hereditary exostosis
hereditary fructose intolerance
hereditary haemorrhagic telangiectasia
hereditary hyperthyroidism
hereditary hypertrophic neuropathy
hereditary mechanics
hereditary methemoglobinaemia
hereditary methemoglobinaemic cyanosis

Literary usage of Hereditary condition

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1. Hints to Horse-keepers: A Complete Manual for Horsemen; Embracing by Henry William Herbert (1863)
"... SOUNDNESS MORE IMPORTANT THAN BLOOD—POINTS OP THE BROOD MARE—DISEASES HEREDITARY—CONDITION OF TUB MARE —SHOULD HAVE MODERATE WORK WHEN WITH FOAL - FOOD ..."

2. The Breast: its anomalies, its diseases, and their treatment by John Blair Deaver, Joseph McFarland (1917)
"... is largely a hereditary condition. The reader will remember that the ... is an hereditary condition that makes its appearance with great regularity and ..."

3. Hints to Horse-keepers: A Complete Manual for Horsemen; Embracing how to by Henry William Herbert, François Baucher (1865)
"SIZE, SYMMETRY AND SOUNDNESS MORE IMPORTANT THAN BLOOD—POINTS OF THE BROOD MARE—DISEASES HEREDITARY—CONDITION OF THB MARE—SHOULD HAVE MODERATE WORK WHEN ..."

4. A New and Comprehensive System of Materia Medica and Therapeutics: Arranged by Charles Julius Hempel (1859)
"I have endeavored to show that this hereditary condition represents, in man's physical body, the difference between the sinfulness of the actual, ..."

5. Report of the Annual Meeting (1872)
"... body permitting the attainment of such great longevity; there was no hereditary condition also to interfere with nature's laws under such circumstances. ..."

6. American Journal of Roentgenology by American Radium Society (1919)
"... as a hereditary condition of unknown origin characterized by a partial or nearly total loss of vision. It may be of sudden or gradual onset, ..."

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