Definition of hypotrophy in English:

hypotrophy

Syllabification: hy·pot·ro·phy
Pronunciation: /hīˈpätrəfē
 
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noun (plural hypotrophies)

  • A degeneration of an organ or tissue caused by a loss of cells.
    More example sentences
    • Can someone describe what exactly sarcoplasmic and myofibrillar hypotrophies are and how they differ?
    • Does testicular hypotrophy correlate with grade of adolescent varicocele?
    • Sarcoplasmic hypotrophy on the other hand is expressed in a form of worthless increase in the muscle fluid volume.

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