anffurfiad, anffurfiadau, camffurfiad, gamffurfiad, camffurfiadau, chamffurfiad, chamffurfiadau, gamffurfiadau, nghamffurfiad, nghamffurfiadau, hanffurfiad, hanffurfiadau
Noun(1) an affliction in which some part of the body is misshapen or malformed(2) an appearance that has been spoiled or is misshapen
(1) Early treatment of the chicks by a veterinarian can often prevent the actual loss of a toe, although a scar or deformity sometimes remains for life.(2) respiratory problems caused by spinal deformity(3) But having set up Let's Face It, a charity to support the disfigured, she has seen how severe facial deformity has destroyed the lives of so many.(4) This made removal difficult or impossible without a great deal of scarring and deformity .(5) As plastic surgeons, we deal with deformity , we deal with birth defect, we deal with injuries and there we try to make those patients happy.(6) Where no other complications exist, surgery promises almost complete relief from pain, deformity and disability.(7) Even those who don't flinch at the sight of physical deformity may be socially uncomfortable around someone with a handicap.(8) In some ways, deformity is a lot more difficult to handle than disability.(9) They saw beyond his external condition of deformity and poverty and perceived a different kind of beauty.(10) Any abnormality or change of these chromosomes causes congenital deformity and abnormal function.(11) Bernard is fascinated, though still disgusted at the thought of injury, dirt, or deformity .(12) Arm span measurement is difficult and inaccurate in the presence of weakness or of joint or spinal deformity .(13) Despite prompt intervention, including drainage under general anaesthetic, cosmetic deformity proved difficult to avoid.(14) In Delacroix's mind, too, disease, deformity , and physical frailty marked the privileged creator.(15) Of the group, 1127 had problems like neuropathy and deformity and 536 patients suffered from infections.(16) Her flowing, black hair that reached the back of knees shone in the filtered sunlight and her complexion showed no trace of scar or deformity .
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Different Formsdeformities, deformity
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