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myxoedema

US myxedema

/ (ˌmɪksɪˈdiːmə) /
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noun
a disease resulting from underactivity of the thyroid gland characterized by puffy eyes, face, and hands and mental sluggishnessSee also cretinism
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Derived forms of myxoedema

myxoedemic (ˌmɪksɪˈdɛmɪk), myxoedematous (ˌmɪksɪˈdɛmətəs, -ˈdiː-), US myxedemic or myxedematous, adjective
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