anteversion


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anteversion

 [an″te-ver´zhun]
the tipping forward of an entire organ.

an·te·ver·sion

(an'te-ver'zhŭn),
Turning forward, inclining forward as a whole without bending; most commonly used to describe the normal position of the uterus in which it is angled anteriorly relative to the long axis of the vagina, so that it rests on the bladder.
[ante- + Mediev. L. versio, a turning]

anteversion

/an·te·ver·sion/ (an″te-ver´zhun) the tipping forward of an entire organ or part.
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Anteversion of uterus.

anteversion

[-vur′shən]
Etymology: L, ante + versio, turning
1 an abnormal position of an organ in which it is tilted or bent forward on its axis, away from the midline.
2 (in dentistry) the tipping or tilting of teeth or other mandibular structures more anteriorly than normal. Compare anterocclusion.
3 the angulation created in the transverse plane between the neck of the femur and shaft of the femur. The normal angle is between 15 and 20 degrees. anteverted, adj.

an·te·ver·sion

(an'tĕ-vĕr'zhŭn)
Forward displacement, torsion, or turning forward of a body segment.
Compare: anteflexion
[ante- + Mediev. L. versio, a turning]

femoral anteversion

transverse-plane deformity of proximal femur; femoral head and neck are positioned anterior relative to the body of the femur, with resultant internal leg rotation and in-toeing gait

an·te·ver·sion

(an'tĕ-vĕr'zhŭn)
Forward displacement or turning forward of a body segment.
[ante- + Mediev. L. versio, a turning]

anteversion,

n the tipping or tilting of teeth or other maxillary and mandibular structures too far forward (anterior) from the normal or generally accepted standard.
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