Translation for 'kyphosis' from English to Russian
NOUN   kyphosis | kyphoses
SYNO humpback | hunchback | kyphosis
кифоз {м}
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Translation for 'kyphosis' from English to Russian

кифоз {м}вет.мед.
Usage Examples English
  • Pantazi Ghica suffered from kyphosis. Notably, this physical defect is mentioned for satirical effect in Eminescu's poem and in Caragiale's autobiographical work, "Din carnetul unui vechi sufleur".
  • The lung blood volume is also reduced when blood flow is interrupted by blood clots (pulmonary emboli) or reduced by bone deformities of the thorax, for instance scoliosis and kyphosis.
  • It can be caused due to spinal tuberculosis and spread along spinal ligament to involve the adjacent anterior vertebral bodies, causing angulation of the vertebrae with subsequent kyphosis.
  • Individuals with Copenhagen disease are often asymptomatic, but some may present with symptoms including back pain, difficulty walking, and stiffness of the spine, including neck and back, with kyphosis.
  • The medical term kyphosis has several meanings.

  • Later in life, he suffered from the medical condition kyphosis, resulting in (often severe) curvature of the spine.
  • Steinmetz was affected by kyphosis, as was his father and grandfather.
  • Prevalence of kyphosis has been linked to nasal obstruction in a study.
  • Cryptorchidism, hearing loss, and progressive thoracic kyphosis have also been reported.
  • Ramesses-Meryamun-Nebweben, son of the Pharaoh Ramasses II, had kyphosis.

  • The probability of kyphosis after surgery is higher in the darker areas.
  • Taiwan Spine Center, which was formed in 1999, specializes in treating spine conditions such as scoliosis, kyphosis, degenerative disk disease, spinal cord injury and conducts radical surgical procedures for these conditions.
  • This aging phenotype includes weight loss, skin atrophy, kyphosis (curvature of the spine), osteoporosis, muscle degeneration and reduced life span.
  • Kittens with FCKS sometimes also show bony deformities such as pectus excavatum or kyphosis (characterised in kittens by a dip in the spine just behind the shoulder blades).
  • John Robert Cobb (1903–1967), was an American orthopedic surgeon, best known for inventing the Cobb angle, the preferred method of measuring the degree of scoliosis and post-traumatic kyphosis.

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