dysmelia

Syndactyly vs Dysmelia - What's the difference?

syndactyly | dysmelia |


As nouns the difference between syndactyly and dysmelia

is that syndactyly is (biology) the normal condition, in some animals and birds, of having fused digits while dysmelia is any congenital disorder of the limbs, such as amelia or syndactyly.

Amelia vs Dysmelia - What's the difference?

amelia | dysmelia |


As nouns the difference between amelia and dysmelia

is that amelia is (pathology) the congenital absence of one or more limbs while dysmelia is any congenital disorder of the limbs, such as amelia or syndactyly.

Limb vs Dysmelia - What's the difference?

limb | dysmelia |


As nouns the difference between limb and dysmelia

is that limb is a major appendage of human or animal, used for locomotion (such as an arm, leg or wing) or limb can be (astronomy) the apparent visual edge of a celestial body while dysmelia is any congenital disorder of the limbs, such as amelia or syndactyly.

As a verb limb

is to remove the limbs from an animal or tree.

Disorder vs Dysmelia - What's the difference?

disorder | dysmelia |


As nouns the difference between disorder and dysmelia

is that disorder is absence of order; state of not being arranged in an orderly manner while dysmelia is any congenital disorder of the limbs, such as amelia or syndactyly.

Congenital vs Dysmelia - What's the difference?

congenital | dysmelia |


As an adjective congenital

is congenital: originating before birth and continuing or progressing thereafter.

As a noun dysmelia is

any congenital disorder of the limbs, such as amelia or syndactyly.

Dysmelia vs Phocomelia - What's the difference?

dysmelia | phocomelia | Hypernyms |

Dysmelia is a hypernym of phocomelia.


As nouns the difference between dysmelia and phocomelia

is that dysmelia is any congenital disorder of the limbs, such as amelia or syndactyly while phocomelia is a congenital disorder of the limbs, the affected person being born with abnormally short or missing bones and flipper-like hands or feet.