prosop-, prosopo- +

(Greek: face)

Assessment of character and/or personality based on the subject's facial expression and features.
prosopopagus, prosopagus, prosopopagus prasasiticus
Unequal conjoined twins in which the parasitic member, often in the form of a tumor-like mass, is attached on the face at a site other than th jaw of the host.
1. Paralysis affecting the face.
2. Paralysis of the facial muscles
Failure of union of a facial cleft (groove, fold), which, depending on its site, causes such developmental defects as cleft cheek, cleft lip, cleft mandible, oblique facial cleft, and lateral facial cleft.
1. Spasm of the facial muscles.
2. Facial tic, or the involuntary twitching of the facial muscles.
prosoposternopagus, prosoposternodidymus
Equal conjoined twins joined at the face and sternum but with a single lower trunk and set of lower extremities.
That form of cephalothoracopagus in which the union of the twins specifically involves the face and the thorax, as opposed to the union of other parts of the head and the thorax.
The presentation of the face in parturition (childbirth).
prosopus varus
Congenital obliquity (slanting) of the face caused by atrophy (decrease) of one side of the head.
A condition in which the face is disproportionately round.
A condition of having a triangularly shaped face.
Fetus with three heads fused, leaving only parts of three faces.