Medical Definition of Simons' disease

1. A condition characterised by a complete loss of the subcutaneous fat of the upper part of the torso, the arms, neck, and face, sometimes with an increase of fat in the tissues about and below the pelvis. Synonym: Barraquer's disease, lipodystrophia progessiva superior, partial lipoatrophy, Simons' disease. (05 Mar 2000)



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Simone
Simone Weil
Simone de Beauvoir
Simonea folliculorum
Simonetta
Simonian
Simonians
Simonides
Simonise
Simonism
Simoniz
Simonize
Simons
Simons' disease
Simonsiella
Simple Simon
Simple Simon over
Simple Simon overs
Simple Simon under
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Simple Simons
Simplified Chinese
Simplified Oral Hygiene Index
Simps
Simpson
Simpson's forceps
Simpson's paradox
Simpson Desert

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