adjective Cephalometry, Pathology.
Words nearby microcephalic
Origin of microcephalic
OTHER WORDS FROM microcephalicmi·cro·ceph·a·ly, noun
Examples from the Web for microcephaly
Microcephaly on the contrary shows inferiority of form (smallness, receding forehead, etc.), but not malformation.
Some just show radiation abnormalities—giantism, microcephaly, and the like.The Status Civilization|Robert Sheckley
If, on the other hand, the maximum circumference is notably smaller, we are entering upon the anomaly of microcephaly.
Lombroso attributes a series of cases of microcephaly to profound mental impressions occurring during pregnancy.Degeneracy|Eugene S. Talbot
Pathological terminology includes the following nomenclature: macrocephaly, sub-macrocephaly, submicrocephaly, microcephaly.