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Thymic hypoplasia

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Thymic hypoplasia

Thymic hypoplasia
Classification and external resources
ICD-10 Q89.2 (note: thymus is classified as endocrine in ICD-10)
ICD-9 DiseasesDB 34516

Thymic hypoplasia is a condition where the thymus is underdeveloped or involuted.

Calcium levels can be used to distinguish between the following two conditions associated with thymic hypoplasia:

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