A condition characterized by the presence of many congenital anomalies. [poly- + dystrophy]
- pseudo-Hurler p. SYN: mucolipidosis III.

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poly·dys·tro·phy (pol″e-disґtrə-fe) dystrophy of several tissues or structures at the same time. polydystrophic adj

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