deformity


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Related to deformity: gibbus deformity, Haglund's deformity, Madelung deformity, Sprengel's deformity
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9 per cent with ' claw' hand being the most common paralytic deformity ( 23.
Shay Bess, MD, Appointed Chief of Spinal Deformity in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
According to Medtronic, it is a growth-sparing technology that allows correction of the deformity while maintaining the corrections over time, minimizing the need for periodic lengthening procedures.
Hand involvement is typically present in most of the patients and results in pain, swelling, limitation of motion, weakness, and deformity.
The SHILLA(TM) Growth Guidance System is a new growth-sparing technology that allows correction of the deformity while maintaining the corrections over time, minimizing the need for periodic lengthening procedures.
Since then scientists have been using the latest techniques to work out the extent to which the ruler's potentially extreme spinal deformity would have affected his ability to be the warrior king famed for leading the charge at the Battle of Bosworth.
A private clinic has been ordered to pay Dhs150,000 in damages to a male patient who suffered deformity to his front teeth after dental treatment.
Saddle-nose deformity can occur as a result of trauma to the nose, but it has also been well described in the setting of infections such as leprosy and syphilis and idiopathic inflammatory conditions such as granulomatosis with polyangiitis (formerly known as Wegener granulomatosis) and relapsing polychondritis.
Spinal deformity occurs almost exclusively in paraplegic groups of patients.
Gillian Beale, surgical nurse manager, explained how Rashad would earlier limp on his left heel, his foot vertical almost, due to a congenital deformity.
Imaging studies immediately after the inciting event show no evidence of a compression deformity or acute fracture, although initial imaging is often not obtained due to the perceived mild nature of the traumatic event.
Hallux valgus and lesser toe deformity, two of the most common structural foot disorders that affect up to half of older adults in the US and Europe, were found to be highly heritable depending on age and sex.