molluscoid

molluscoid

(mɒˈlʌskɔɪd) or

molluscoidal

adj
(Animals) of, relating to, or belonging to the Molluscoidea, a former phylum including the brachiopods and bryozoans now classified separately
[C19: via New Latin from Latin molluscus soft]
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Molluscoid skin lesions in histoid leprosy with pseudo-isomorphic phenomenon of koebner.
Nine minor criteria are specific to the Classical type EDS: (a) smooth velvety skin, (b) molluscoid pseudotumors, (c) subcutaneous spheroids, (d) complications of joint hypermobility, (e) easy bruising, (f) muscle hypotonia, (g) signs of tissue extensitibility and fragility, (h) surgical complications, and (i) positive family history (Beighton et al., 1998), Minor criteria are less diagnostically specific because they are found in other conditions.