the condition of having an abnormally large head or skull
- macrocephalic (ˌmækrəʊsɪˈfælɪk) or macrocephalous, adjective
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How to use macrocephaly in a sentence
In rickets, for instance, macrocephaly may occur in conjunction with a normal or even supernormal intelligence (Leopardi).
Pathological terminology includes the following nomenclature: macrocephaly, sub-macrocephaly, submicrocephaly, microcephaly.
If we find a circumference greater than normal, we are beginning to enter upon the anomaly which goes by the name of macrocephaly.