Medical Definition of Hypoploidy

1. Describes a cell or organism which has less than the normal total number of chromosomes. For example: humans normally have 46 chromosomes per cell - but if a human individual has 45 or fewer chromosomes per cell, then that person is hypoploid. Compare: hyperploidy. (11 Jan 1998)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hypoploidy

hypoplasia of the thymus and parathyroids
hypoplasias
hypoplasic
hypoplastic
hypoplastic anaemia
hypoplastic anemia
hypoplastic dwarf
hypoplastic heart
hypoplastic left heart syndrome
hypoplastra
hypoplastron
hypoplastrons
hypoploid
hypoploids
hypoploidy (current term)
hypopnea
hypopneas
hypopneic
hypopnoea
hypoposia
hypopraxia
hypoproaccelerinaemia
hypoproconvertinaemia
hypoprofusion
hypoproliferative anaemia
hypoproteinaemia
hypoproteinemia
hypoproteinosis

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