Deformity

What is Deformity?

Deformity is abnormality which occur in any organ of body.Term is usually used to describe the malfunction of locomotive organs of body but may also be used for other organs of the body such as ear and eye.It is usually further classified into 3 degrees,mild moderate and sever.Term sever is used when functions of involved organ are deranged more than 75%.

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Is it possible that a 40 year old would be treated for artificial legs 40 year old,male...having polio since 1 year old,,,is it possible that this...

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hello... yes it can be treated... as with artificilal leg the deformity will be corrected..
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