Experts during a session held at Rehman Medical Institute (RMI) shared with new professionals that such deformity
could not be treated in the past but with latest research and modern techniques, the treatment was available.
2016) indicated a close relationship between the morphological deformity
and the structure of the brain/brains: fusion of pedipalps and chelicerae were accompanied by the fusion of corresponding ganglia.
The sex distribution, type of leprosy, type of grade 2 deformity
and distribution of grade 2 deformities were studied, results compiled and analysed.
According to consultant paediatric surgeon Dr Said Al Hindi, who supervised the operation, one baby in 3,000 is born with such a congenital deformity
2] The disease may also cause hand problems, such as dysfunction, sensory symptoms, pain, and deformity
worsening with age.
Cyclops Goat A one-eyed goat was born in an Indian village with a deformity
known as Cyclopia.
The infant whom she named 'Angel' suffered from a condition known as 'sirenomelia,' or 'Mermaid Syndrome,' a rare congenital deformity
in which the legs are fused together, giving them the appearance of a mermaid's tail.
Podiatric care focuses on relieving pressure and correcting deformity
with various appliances.
Restoring mechanical alignment and soft tissue balance in total knee arthroplasty (TKA) for valgus knees depend on the origin of deformity
and soft tissue status.
The most commonly observed deformity
was limb deformity
Ponseti method is a reliable and efficient way to manage club foot deformity
It was mentioned that globally, 250,000 children are born with the peculiar category of the congenital deformity
and that it is more common among boys as compare to girls.
For the case group, the same data were collected along with information regarding their dentofacial deformity
9 per cent with ' claw' hand being the most common paralytic deformity
Do not recommend helmet therapy for positional skull deformity
in infants and children.