dys·pla·sia noun \dis-ˈplā-zh(ē-)ə\
: variation in somatotype (as in degree of ectomorphy, endomorphy, or mesomorphy) from one part of a human body to another
: abnormal growth or development (as of organs or cells); broadly : abnormal anatomic structure due to such growth
—dys·plas·tic \-ˈplas-tik\ adjective
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