chloracne

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chlor·ac·ne

 (klôr-ăk′nē)
n.
An acnelike skin disorder caused by prolonged exposure to chlorinated hydrocarbons.
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chloracne

(klɔːˈræknɪ)
n
(Pathology) a disfiguring skin disease that results from contact with or ingestion or inhalation of certain chlorinated aromatic hydrocarbons
[C20: from chloro- + acne]
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chlor•ac•ne

(klɔrˈæk ni, kloʊr-)

n.
acne caused by exposure to chlorine compounds.
[1925–30]
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