Definition of Malposition. Meaning of Malposition. Synonyms of Malposition

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Definition of Malposition

Malposition
Malposition Mal`po*si"tion, n. [Mal- + position.] A wrong position.

Meaning of Malposition from wikipedia

- A retroverted uterus (tilted uterus, tipped uterus) is a uterus that is tilted posteriorly. This is in contrast to the slightly "anteverted" uterus that...
- structural defects of the heart (i.e.: right-to-left, bidirectional shunting, malposition of the great arteries), or any condition which increases pulmonary vascular...
- Ectopia lentis is a displacement or malposition of the eye's crystalline lens from its normal location. A partial dislocation of a lens is termed lens...
- and of the orbital septum (palpebral ligament), excess orbital fat, malposition of the lower eyelid, and prominence of the nasojugal groove, where the...
- nephrostomy is overall a very safe procedure. Risks and complications include: Malposition Intra-peritoneal leakage, causing ascites Hemorrhage Infection. This...
- (1988). "The prevention of injuries of the brachial plexus secondary to malposition of the patient during surgery". Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research...
- An ectopia (/ɛkˈtoʊpiə/) is a displacement or malposition of an organ or other body part, which is then referred to as ectopic (/ɛkˈtɒpɪk/). Most ectopias...
- eyebrow. That is why there is a significant risk of superior eyebrow malposition, especially if a horizontal or oblique oriented forehead flap is used...
- These can cause instability of the eyelid scaffold, resulting in the malposition of the eyelid. Parunovic, A. (1983). "Floppy eyelid syndrome". British...
- ectopic, or ectopy may refer to: Ectopia (medicine), the displacement or malposition of an organ Ectopic expression, expression of a gene in an abnormal place...
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