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These are lifelong deformities which will have a tremendous impact, not only on the children themselves, but on the families who have lovingly brought them up.
Furthermore it touches on some pathological alignment and rotational deformities that need surgical intervention.
They had traveled to the Philippines in 1982 with a group of medical volunteers to repair children's cleft lips and cleft palates, and discovered hundreds of children ravaged by deformities.
No deformities were seen among the 62 adult frogs captured in Ives Road Fen in 2004 and 2005.
In what she described as the first study to document the prevalence of vertebral deformities in healthy postmenopausal women with osteopenia, Dr.
In what she said is the first study to describe the prevalence of such deformities in healthy postmenopausal women with osteopenia, Dr.
Two women (aged 56 and 60) had grade 2 deformities whereas one 74-year-old had a grade 3 deformity.
Because social relationships are key predictors of quality of life, children with facial deformities greatly benefit from craniofacial plastic surgery, allowing them to appear more normal and to help gain social acceptance.
Women with rheumatoid arthritis have an increased risk of spinal deformities, according to recent research conducted at the Diakonhjemmet Hospital in Oslo, Norway.
CTI) of Akron, OH, and its parent company, Akron Special Machinery (ASpM), also of Akron, for on-line tire sidewall inspection solutions that can identify and measure deformities such as bulge, dents and depressions as small as one thousandth of an inch.
Deformities in Pennsylvania wood frogs are directly linked to the combination of infection by parasites and by a weakening of their immune systems through exposure to pesticides, researchers from Penn State University have found.
However, since 1994, when Minnesota school children found deformities in many of the frogs they caught, unusually large numbers of malformed frogs have turned up from California to eastern Canada.