Medical Definition of Physiologic hypertrophy

1. Temporary increase in size of an organ or part to provide for a natural increase of function, such as the kind that occurs in the walls of the uterus and in the mammae during pregnancy. Synonym: functional hypertrophy. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Physiologic Hypertrophy

physiologers
physiologic
physiologic age
physiologic albuminuria
physiologic amenorrhoea
physiologic anaemia
physiologic anisocoria
physiologic antidote
physiologic congestion
physiologic cup
physiologic dead space
physiologic dwarfism
physiologic elasticity of muscle
physiologic equilibrium
physiologic excavation
physiologic hypertrophy (current term)
physiologic incompatibility
physiologic leukocytosis
physiologic occlusion
physiologic pH
physiologic rest position
physiologic retraction ring
physiologic scotoma
physiologic tremor
physiologic unit
physiologic vertigo
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