diorthosis

An obsolete term for setting of a fracture or reduction of a dislocation. ... Origin: G. A making straight, fr. Di-orthoo, to make straight, fr. Orthos, straight ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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diorthosis

diorthosis, diorthotic 1. The setting of a fracture or the reduction of a dislocation. 2. Correction; straightening; especially, of deformed limbs.
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diorthosis

a critical revision of a text; any correction or adjustment
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