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-plasia

-plasia

noun combining form

Definition of -PLASIA

:  development :  formation <hyperplasia> <homoplasy>

Variants of -PLASIA

-plasia or -plasy

Origin of -PLASIA

New Latin -plasia, from Greek plasis molding, from plassein

-plasia

noun combining form -pla·sia \ˈplā-zh(ē-)ə\   (Medical Dictionary)
plural -pla·sias or -pla·sies

Medical Definition of -PLASIA

:  development :  formation <dysplasia> <heteroplasia>

Variants of -PLASIA

-pla·sia or -pla·sy \ˌplā-sē, -plə-sē\

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