An abnormal, often permanent shortening, as of muscle or scar tissue, that results in distortion or deformity, especially of a joint of the body.
A deformity of the back in human beings caused by an abnormal convex curvature of the upper spine.
He was born with a slight deformity of the feet which made him limp.
The boy's deformity was caused by a traffic accident.
名词复数: deformities |
a deformity of the hand
4. (道德等方面的)缺陷; 丑恶[C]
deformities of style
名词复数: deformities |
deformitydeformity[diˈfɔ:miti]n.1.■畸形, 残疾2.■丑陋, 瑕疵3.■缺陷4.■畸形的人[东西]
- a deformed part, especially of the body; a malformation
children born with deformities.
■[mass noun]the state of being deformed or misshapen
respiratory problems caused by spinal deformity.
- late Middle English: from Old French desformite, from Latin deformitas, from deformis 'misshapen'
an affliction in which some part of the body is misshapen or malformed
an appearance that has been spoiled or is misshapen
■Do not apply onto unpainted bumpers deformity paint surface windshields and rubber parts. 4.
3.不要用于未经 涂装的 黑色树脂防撞器残缺漆面,玻璃及橡塑制品。
■MRI(3 cases) revealed massive short T1 and short T2 tissue in the pelvis, bladder deformity and pyelo-ureterectasis.
■About one and half a month ago came a girl to my clinic with her foot showing an equinus deformity.
■There is no materials but will deform more or less under the action of forces.
■Hip displacement affects about one-third of children with cerebral palsy and may result in pain, deformity, and impaired function.
■Do not bend or deform the probes as this could cause irreparable damage.
■In severe cases, it can deform joints and cripple its victims.
■Severe variations deform the discharge curves.
■Manifestations include edema and swelling, pain and tenderness, muscle spasm, deformity, ecchymosis, loss of function, and crepitation.
■The basic deformity is a lack of development of the antihelix.
■The fibrosis around a breast implant may produce deformity and pain in some women.
■His deformity was more noticeaBle when he walked.
■He did not like anyone to mention the deformity.
■His deformity totally disabled him from following his vocation.
■He was born with a slight deformity of the foot which made him limp.
■He is born with a slight deformity of the feet which makes him limp.
■He was born with a slight deformity of the feet which made him limp.
■He was born with a slight deformity of the foot which make him limp.
■According to output data, strength analysis is carried out and three-dimension deformity graphs the drawn.
■Any deformity frightened and repelled her.
■Cerebral infarct, intracranial hematoma and edema are deadly diseases, which can cause high deformity and death rate.
■However,it had some limitation in partial deformity of surficial body, not better than the 2 D images.
■However, that the ulnar deviation is not corrected during fracture reduction may lead to cubitus varus deformity.
■Dystopy bone fracture should be replaced and fixed in time to prevent bony deformity.
■Low levels of vitamin D can lead to problems such as rickets, a deformity mainly found in children.
■A congenital deformity characterized by a vertical cleft or pair of clefts in the upper lip.
■Intra-articular malunions may result in pain, limited motion, and/or deformity.
■Spinal fractures are among the most common and can lead to loss of height, intense back pain and deformity.
■One reason is the design deformity of law system;the other is the short of indemnification to the witness.
■A congenital deformity of the foot, usually marked by a curled shape or twisted position of the ankle, heel, and toes.
■Ice crystals begin to deform measurably.
■Beauty gains little, and homeliness and deformity lose much, by gaudy attire.
■To mar or spoil the appearance or shape of;deform.
■The injured part of the right shoulder assumes square deformity.
■Meanwhile, we retrieved Pubmed databases to search related English article by using keyword"septal deviation, nasal septum, deformity".
■The correlation between the reduction of a fractured vertebra and the recurrent kyphotic deformity was also analyzed.
■For the effect of the wine does not remove dissimulation, and take from them the sight of the deformity of their passions.
■The deformity of the foot shown here is known as a "bunion" and represents protrusion of the MP joint.
■Look in him, even if be deformity privates, have the land of use force greatly all the same.
■There is no material but will deform more or less under the action of forces .
■There is no material but will deform more or less under the action of force.
■The destruction in the current human dance is primarily related to disease, illness, deformity, accidents and death.
■In a frontal collision, the car′s nose will deform to absorb the impact energy.
■The main deformity of the center housing cast in the automobile turbocharger is shrinkage cavity.
■During the energy accumulation, geostress increases gradually, and correspondingly rock happensto deform.
■Held in the decay and scar tissue is the belief in accidents, the belief in death, the belief in deformity.
■Under load, the working surfaces of the parts rub, overheat and deform.
■Construction of new buildings or other structures in such an area shall not deform the environmental features of the historical and cultural site.
■A steady increase of load on a part will cause it to deform gradually.
■Hideousness of aspect, deformity of instinct, troubled him not, and did not arouse his indignation.