[ trō′fō-nu-rō′sĭs, -trŏf′ō- ]
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A trophic disorder of a part or region resulting from disease or injury to nerves enervating the area.
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Other words from trophoneurosistro′pho•neu•rot′ic (-rŏt′ĭk) adj.
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How to use trophoneurosis in a sentence
On these counts are we to hazard the diagnosis of facial trophoneurosis?Tics and Their Treatment|Henry Meigne
Dyce Duckworth3 has lately advocated the theory that gout is a trophoneurosis.