Dysgenesis (embryology)

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Dysgenesis

The term dysgenesis is used to describe abnormal organ development during embryonic growth and development. As opposed to agenesis, which refers to the complete failure of an organ to develop, dysgenesis usually implies disordered development or malformation and in some cases represents the milder end of a spectrum of abnormalities.

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