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Synonyms for nonhereditary

not acquirable by inheritance

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Rosai-Dorfman disease is a rare and nonhereditary histiocytic proliferative disorder recognized by Rosai and Dorfman.
5) Intramedullary osteosclerosis is clinically and histologically indistinguishable from Ribbing disease (osteoblastic activity and new bone formation), but it is nonhereditary condition.
Commissioned as a sublieutenant in an era when British naval officers were still taught to speak received pronunciation (they had a special gadget to put in their mouths to correct their vowel sounds), he was both completely unsnobbish and graced with ruggedly handsome features, often compared with the young Sean Connery, which alas proved nonhereditary.
First described in 1955, Cronkhite-Canada syndrome (CCS) is a rare, nonhereditary polyposis syndrome with an uncertain aetiopathogenesis.
Key Words: Renal cell carcinoma, nephron-sparing surgery, hereditary, nonhereditary paraneoplastic syndromes.
The regional odontodysplasia, first reported in 1947, is a nonhereditary and rare dental developmental anomaly of unknown etiology (PORTELA; GONCALVES, 1988; ROSA et al.
Pejovic's study of 186 patients with nonhereditary cancer found that 41 percent who had an early recurrence of the disease also had abnormal levels of the other proteins tracked.
Around 40 people a year are treated for the nonhereditary cancer.
Several nonhereditary liver diseases such as excessive alcohol consumption, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and nonalcoholic steatohepatitis are associated with mild hepatic iron overload.
In any case, his conclusion seems misguided: If nonhereditary MPs begin to enter Parliament's ranks in significant numbers once they have passed the age of 40, it's hard to extrapolate a worryingly dynastic future for the country's governance.
Macrodystrophia lipomatosa is a congenital, nonhereditary, progressive, localized gigantism which results in overgrowth of all the mesenchymal elements of the digit including phalanges, tendons, nerves and vessels.
Cultural transmission implies that a trait can be transmitted via nonhereditary means.
Pamela Nash MP and Stephen Wharton MP become the youngest of the nonhereditary new entrants, both being born in 1984.
White sponge nevus: A nonhereditary presentation J Indian Soc Pedod Prey Dent 2008;26:125-7.