aphalangia
Congenital absence of a digit, or more specifically, absence of one or more of the long bones (phalanges) of a finger or toe. [G. a- priv. + phalanx]

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apha·lan·gia (a-fə-lanґjə) [a-1 + phalang- + -ia] a developmental anomaly characterized by absence of a digit or of one or more phalanges of a finger or toe.

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