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cavus

 [ka´vus] (L.)
hollow.

cavus

/ca·vus/ (ka´vus) [L.] hollow.

cavus

[kā′vəs]
Etymology: L, cavus, cavity
an abnormally high or exaggerated arch of the foot. See also clawfoot.

cavus

A foot deformity in which the longitudinal arch is greatly exaggerated. See also, PES CAVUS.

cavus

[L.] hollow.
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6, TRW completed growth of the first epitaxial layers on a lot of wafers to produce heterojunction bipolar transistor circuits, Cavus said.
pes planus, pes cavus, or Morton's feet), been injured, or undergone surgery on a leg or foot during the past two years were not enrolled.
14] Scoliosis, foot or leg length discrepancies, pes cavus, and varus or valgus deformities also can occur.
This condition is especially prevalent in patients with cavus foot deformity (present in 24% of the population).
Sokagi (Siirler) Canpolat Mustafa Mecmu'atu'n- Nezair (Omer Bin Mezid) Carrewyn Paul Dog rudan Secimler Icin Halk Oylamasi (Avrupa Dergisi, Belge 21, Haziran 1977) Carrwyn Pol Avrupa'da Siyasal Partiler (Avrupa Toplulug u Dergisi, Belge 13, Eylul 1976) Cavaliere Stefano Kibris'taki Turk Cemaatiyle, Mesela OECD Ve EEC Gibi Avrupali Tes kilatlar Arasindaki Munasebetler1 ("Uluslararasi Alanda Kibris Turk Toplumunun Siyasi Ve Iktisadi Meseleleri" Konulu Seminer, 3-4 Eylul 1984, Salamis Bay Oteli, Magusa) Cavus Mehmet Bulgaristan'da Soykirim - I Cay Abdulha- Kibris'ta Kanli Noel - 1963 luk Cebecioglu S.
Further along the coast is Olu Deniz and the Blue Lagoon, worth the walk along winding roads to Osman Cavus beach.
Cavus aims to compare the effects of stimulating the epileptogenic neocortex of the brain at low and high frequencies on neurophysiological and neurochemical excitability measures in neurosurgical epilepsy patients.
As the patient had 2 cm shortness in right leg and pes cavus deformity, we recommended proper foot orthotics for preventing possible complications and helping him in activities of daily living.
According to Cavus, there are 236 registered producers of packaged water in Turkey, most of them located in provinces of Istanbul, Izmir, Adapazari and Bursa.