derangement


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a state of mental disturbance and disorientation

the act of disturbing the mind or body

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Various factors need to be considered, most imprtant of all factors is the case selection as its clearly evident that arthrocentesis is not going to be effective in patients of TMJ disorders with advanced internal derangement which results in disc perforation, osteophyte formation and cortical erosion of articular surfaces.
The most significant contribution that the book makes is waking the reader from the anthropocentric and eurocentric slumber of the past two centuries, and showing that the Great Derangement is the consequence of a mechanical worldview.
The normalized version [delta] of the original derangement [?
She is referring, of course, to the central legend of Acadia, the event that sits at the heart of the land like a great symbolic mountain: Le Grand Derangement of the Acadians in 1755, one of the most scurrilous and complex chapters in Canadian history.
Derangements have a long mathematical history which can be traced back to 1708 and the French mathematician Pierre de Montmort, who wanted to solve a puzzle which was very similar to yours.
Severe physiological derangement which precluded any imaging before death may have caused the injury to be overlooked.
Hyperinsulinemia was present in similar proportions of both groups, indicating that metabolic derangement is already present in the youngest girls with PCOS, Dr.
Aproud grandparent of Nameand address Unless, of course, he is including our present state of alcoholism, celebrity worship and mild mental derangement in the definition.
Al-Qirbi called on some European countries to reconsider the decision to ban Yemenia Airways flights to their airports and vice versa, noting the decision contributes to the derangement of trade between Yemen and European countries.
of Ulster-Coleraine) describes recent research into the role of bioactive peptides in addressing the metabolic derangement and nutritional deficits that contribute to unwanted weight loss in response to infection, injury, or chronic disease.
He added: "She had clearly been mentally ill for some time and it was while in the grip of that derangement that she committed that awful act.
Todd himself was played superbly by Dieter Loosemore, who gave this most archetypal of music hall villains a charming and seductive edge, while never losing the character's essential derangement.
Internal derangement involves the actual joint apparatus.
A clinical evaluation of arthrotomy and eminectomy for internal derangement of temporomandibular joint (TMJ)
The obsessive drawings he made while institutionalized were assumed to be merely products of his derangement.