deformity

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a disfiguring abnormality of shape or form

Synonyms for deformity

an appearance that has been spoiled or is misshapen

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While the worst passions of the worst men were thus working in the dark, and the mantle of religion, assumed to cover the ugliest deformities, threatened to become the shroud of all that was good and peaceful in society, a circumstance occurred which once more altered the position of two persons from whom this history has long been separated, and to whom it must now return.
And, as bandy-legs or such physical deformities in children are held to be the consequence of bad nursing, so, if in a mind so beautiful any moral twist or handiness could be found, Miss Sally Brass's nurse was alone to blame.
According to Asir Central Hospital spokesman Saeed Al-Naqir, the team that operated on the child adopted the American technology known as Taylor Spatial Frame, used to treat complex bone deformities and fractures.
Gary was born with severe upper limb deformities and hearing problems after his mum was prescribed the drug for morning sickness and insomnia.
Shilla is designed to treat skeletally immature pediatric patients less than 10 years of age diagnosed with severe, progressive, life-threatening, early onset spinal deformities.
6) However, its relationship with disease activity, hand-specific self-report questionnaires, and hand deformities in RA patients has not been studied in detail.
The system is designed for treatment of skeletally immature pediatric patients less than 10 years of age diagnosed with severe, progressive, life-threatening, early-onset spinal deformities.
The different deformities, based on topography, are discussed with regard to presentation and management.
Since these deformities may also arise without an evident precipitating cause, they can pose a diagnostic conundrum.
Dubai A five-year-old boy with limb deformities from a Palestinian refugee camp has become the 100th child to be operated upon free of cost by a Dubai-based medical charity.
Computed tomography (CT) imaging of the abdomen showed multiple thoracic compression deformities and compression deformities of the T8 and T9 vertebral bodies with associated intravertebral vacuum clefts (Figure 1).
Washington, May 20 ( ANI ): White men and women of European descent inherit common foot disorders, such as bunions (hallux valgus) and lesser toe deformities, including hammer or claw toe, a new study has revealed.
Dr Moustafa al Khalil, department head and a senior consultant in craniomaxilofacial surgery at HMC as well as an assistant professor of clinical surgery at Weill Cornell Medical College, explained that "the workshop is dealing with the craniofacial area, which means the deformities of the head and neck, and the face.
8220;K2M is deeply committed to advancing care for scoliosis patients and we have developed technologies like MESA and Rail to put new capabilities into the hands of surgeons who treat the most complex spinal deformities,” stated Eric Major, K2M's President and CEO.
An epizootic of beak deformities was documented in more than 2000 black-capped chickadees (Poecile atricapillus) and other wild bird species in North America.