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cubitus

 [ku´bĭ-tus]
1. elbow.
2. the entire upper limb distal to the humerus, including elbow, forearm, and hand.
3. ulna. adj., adj cu´bital.
cubitus val€´gus deformity of the elbow in which it deviates away from the midline of the body when extended.
cubitus va´rus deformity of the elbow in which it deviates toward the midline of the body when extended.

el·bow

(el'bō), [TA]
1. The region of the upper limb between arm and forearm surrounding the elbow joint, especially posteriorly.
2. Synonym(s): ancon, cubitus (1) Synonym(s): elbow joint
3. An angular body resembling a flexed elbow.
[A.S. elnboga]

cubitus

/cu·bi·tus/ (ku´bit-us)
1. elbow.
2. the upper limb distal to the humerus: the elbow, forearm, and hand.
3. ulna.cu´bital

cubitus val´gus  deformity of the elbow in which it deviates away from the midline of the body when extended.
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(A) Cubitus varus; (B) cubitus valgus.
cubitus va´rus  deformity of the elbow in which it deviates toward the midline of the body when extended.
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(A) Cubitus varus; (B) cubitus valgus.

cubitus

[kyo̅o̅′bitəs]
1 the elbow.
2 the forearm.

el·bow

(el'bō) [TA]
1. The region of the upper limb between arm and forearm surrounding the elbow joint, especially posteriorly.
2. The joint between the arm and the forearm.
Synonym(s): cubitus (1) [TA] .
3. An angular body resembling a flexed elbow.
[A.S. elnboga]

ul·na

pl. ulnae (ŭl'nă, -nē) [TA]
The medial and larger of the two bones of the forearm.
Synonym(s): cubitus (2) [TA] .
[L. elbow, arm, fr. G. ōlenē]

cubitus

The elbow, especially the soft tissues of the elbow in front of the joint.

el·bow

(el'bō) [TA]
1. The region of the upper limb between arm and forearm surrounding the elbow joint, especially posteriorly.
2. Synonym(s): elbow joint.
3. An angular body resembling a flexed elbow.
[A.S. elnboga]

ul·na

(ŭl'nă, -nē) [TA]
The medial and larger of the two bones of the forearm.
Synonym(s): cubitus (2) [TA] .
[L. elbow, arm, fr. G. ōlenē]

cubitus (kū´bitus),

n the forearm.

cubitus

the forelimb distal to the humerus; includes the elbow, forearm, paw.

cubitus valgus
a deformity of the elbow in which it deviates away from the midline of the body when extended.
cubitus varus
a deformity of the elbow in which it deviates towards the midline of the body when extended.
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In our study, we conclude by saying that lateral closed wedge osteotomy and fixation with plate is a safe and effective technique with satisfactory results in cubitus varus deformity.
Intercubitus slightly thickened, about as long as abscissa of cubitus between intercubitus and second recurrent vein.
This compartment includes all the veins Cubitus (Cu) (5th longitudinal vein, Cubitus posterior (CuP) and the Anal veins (IA).
19) have androconial scales dispersed amongst colour rising cover scales in the postbasal area below the vein Cubitus, the scent pad in the apex of the discall cell appears as a minute silvery spot, and the postdiscal androconia is also reduced, but there are androconial scales also dispersed with colour rising cover scales in the discal cell of the dorsal hindwing surface (Fig.
Neglected cases because of inappropriate diagnosis can result in cubitus varus deformity.
Entre ellas estan la proteina quinasa Fused (Fu), el Supresor de Fused (Su(Fu)), la proteina Costal-2 (Cos2) (51), y el factor de transcripcion Cubitus interruptus (Ci o Gli en mamiferos).
Esta patologia se caracteriza por la presencia de la triada: talla baja, falla ovarica y otras anomalias como cuello alado y/o corto y cubitus valgus, la cual no es completamente evidente desde el nacimiento, como si pueden serlo otros signos (linfedema, cardiopatias, micrognatia, torax amplio, teletelia, facies caracteristica, entre otros).
Severe progressive kyphoscoliosis, severe arthritic changes with joint dislocations, rhizomelic limbs, genu valgum, cubitus valgus, mild brachydactyly, camptodactyly, and microdontia occur in this disease (112).
In addition to the abnormal facies described previously, she had cubitus valgus and short metocarpals.