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mac·ro·glos·si·a

 (măk′rō-glô′sē-ə, -glŏs′ē-)
n.
Enlargement of the tongue.

[French macroglossie : macro-, macro- + Greek glōssa, tongue.]
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Noun1.macroglossia - a congenital disorder characterized by an abnormally large tongue; often seen in cases of Down's syndrome
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mac·ro·glos·si·a

[MIM*153630]
n. macroglosia, agrandamiento excesivo de la lengua.
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