neurologic cretinism

neurologic cretinism
the usual kind of endemic cretinism, characterized by delayed growth of long bones, neurologic complications such as deafness, mental retardation, and spasticity, sometimes with goiter, but usually without myxedema. Cf. myxedematous c.

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