malunion

(from the article `fracture`) ...skin by suture or skin graft, and reimmobilization; bone chips may be used to fill a gap in the fractured bone left by long infection or severe ...
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malunion

(mal-ūn´yәn) faulty union of the fragments of a fractured bone.
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Malunion

Consolidation of a fracture in a position of deformity.
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Malunion

In medicine, the term malunion refers to the healing of a fracture with the broken ends of the bone out of their true line.
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Malunion

State of healing of the bone in which bone unites but in abnormal position and/or alignment.
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malunion

Synonym for vicious union ... <orthopaedics> Union of the ends of a broken bone resulting in a deformity or a crooked limb; frequently used interchangeably with faulty union. ... Synonym: malunion. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Malunion

The failure of bones properly align after fracture resulting in deformity.
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Malunion

The failure of bones properly to align after fracture.
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malunion

Type: Term Pronunciation: mal-yūn′yŭn Definitions: 1. Union of the ends of a broken bone resulting in a deformity or a crooked limb; frequently used interchangeably with faulty union. Synonyms: vicious union
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malunion

Union of the fragments of a fractured bone in faulty position
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