abiotrophy

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abiotrophy

[¦a·bī′ä·trə·fē]
(medicine)
Disordered functioning of an organ or system, as in Huntington's chorea, due to an inherited pathologic trait, which trait, however, may remain latent in the individual rather than becoming apparent; this mechanism is still conceptual.