(Greek: free, freedom)
The spontaneous disappearance of fingers or toes, as with leprosy or ainhum (disease affecting the toes and sometimes the fingers).
A condition in which two or more of the fingers or toes are joined together.
This joining can involve the bones or just the skin between the digits.
eleutherophobia (s) (noun) (no plural)
An irrational avoidance of freedom: After being released from prison, Jakob was terribly frightened of being on his own and of having to make his own decisions, and therefore he went to a doctor who diagnosed him as suffering from eleutherophobia, which, with time and therapy, was cured.
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