Dislocation

a linear crystalline defect around which there is an atomic misalignment.
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dislocation

[n] - a displacement of a part (especially a bone) from its normal position (as in the shoulder or the vertebral column) 2. [n] - an event that results in a displacement or discontinuity 3. [n] - the act of disrupting an established order
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Dislocation

Condition where bones that usually meet at a joint, have completely lost contact with each other at the joint surface and are displaced. Dislocation usually results from trauma, and a dislocated shoulder is a particularly common sports injury.
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Dislocation

A linear crystalline defect around which there is an atomic misalignment. See also: Crystal, Dislocation Line.
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dislocation

a linear crystalline defect around which there is an atomic misalignment.
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Dislocation

displacement of the two bones in a joint
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Dislocation

Displacement of a bone from a joint
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Dislocation

Describes the situation when the two articulating bones forming a joint are no longer in contact with each other. Femoral block
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Dislocation

Complete displacement of joint surfaces.
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Dislocation

The abnormal displacement of a bone from a joint.
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Dislocation

Dis`lo·ca'tion noun [ Confer French dislocation .] 1. The act of displacing, or the state of being displaced. T. Burnet. 2. (Geol.) The displacement of parts of rocks or portions of strata from the situation which they originally occupied. Slips, faults, and the li...
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dislocation

<orthopaedics> The displacement of any part, more especially of a bone. ... Synonym: luxation. ... Origin: L. Locare = to place ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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dislocation

disruption noun an event that results in a displacement or discontinuity
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dislocation

(dis″lo-ka´shәn) displacement of a bone from a joint. The most common ones involve a finger, thumb, shoulder, or hip; less common are those of the mandible, elbow, or knee. Symptoms include loss of motion, temporary paralysis of the joint, pain, swelling, and sometimes shock. Dislocations are usually caused ...
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Dislocation

• (n.) The act of displacing, or the state of being displaced. • (n.) The displacement of parts of rocks or portions of strata from the situation which they originally occupied. Slips, faults, and the like, are dislocations. • (n.) The act of dislocating, or putting out of joint; also, the condition of being thus displaced.Dislocatio...
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dislocation

in physiology and medicine, displacement of the bones forming a joint, with consequent disruption of tissues.[1 related articles]
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dislocation

(dis- + L. locare to place) the displacement of any part, more especially of a bone. Called also luxation.
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Dislocation

An injury that causes a joint and the ends of the bones there to be forced out of normal position.
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Dislocation

The displacement of any part, especially the removal temporarily of a bone from its normal position in a joint.
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Dislocation

A dislocation occurs when extreme force is put on a joint, allowing the ends of two connected bones to separate
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dislocation

A linear imperfection in a crystalline array of atoms. Two basic types are recognized: (1) an edge dislocation corresponds to the row of mismatched atoms along the edge formed by an extra, partial plane of atoms within the body of a crystal; (2) a screw dislocation corresponds to the axis of a spiral structure in a crystal, characterized by a disto...
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dislocation

a geometrical defect in the normal lattice arrangement of atoms in a crystalline medium
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dislocation

dislocation, displacement of a body part, usually a bone. When a bone is dislocated, the ends of opposing bones are usually forced out of connection with one another. In the process, bruising of tissues and tearing of ligaments may occur. The condition may be congenital, but usually it is the result...
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Dislocation

A film technique that keeps the audience intentionally separated from the characters in the film. Camera angles, scripting, directing, lighting and a plethora of devices are employed to keep the audience removed from the character by showing the persona as objectively as possible. The viewer is intended to be disoriented. This is accomplished throu...
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Dislocation

Dislocation is a surgical term applied to cases in which the articulating surfaces of the bones have been forced out of their proper places. The particular dislocation takes its name either from the joint itself or its furthest bone, and is called compound when accompanied with an external wound. The most common dislocations are those of the hip, s...
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