Medical Definition of Virchow's disease

1. A condition, either congenital or acquired, in which the head is abnormally large; usually applied to an adult skull with a capacity of over 1450 ml. Synonym: leontiasis ossea, macrocephaly, macrocephalia, megacephalia, megalocephaly, megalocephalia, Virchow's disease. Origin: mega-+ G. Kephale, head (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Virchow's Disease

Viorna baldwinii
Vioxx
Vipera
Vipera aspis
Vipera berus
Vipond's sign
VirSC
Viracept
Viramune
Virazole
Virchow
Virchow's angle
Virchow's cells
Virchow's corpuscles
Virchow's crystals
Virchow's law
Virchow's node
Virchow's psammoma
Virchow-Holder angle
Virchow-Robin space
Vireo olivaceous
Vireo solitarius
Vireo solitarius solitarius
Vireonidae
Virgil
Virgil Garnett Thomson
Virgil Thomson
Virgilia

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