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hump

1. Pathol a rounded deformity of the back in persons with kyphosis, consisting of a convex spinal curvature
2. a rounded protuberance on the back of a camel or related animal
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gibbus were collected during the present study, including 177 males (51.9% of the total) and 164 (48.1%) females, with no significant bias in the sex ratio ([chi square] = 0.49, df = 1, and p [greater than or equal to] 0.05).
In chronic cases, expected vertebral body changes include bony fragmentation, anterior vertebral osteolysis with wedging, and in very advanced cases an extensive loss of vertebral body height with severe kyphotic angulation, known as the gibbus deformity (Figure 9).
Results: Among frequencies of different MRI pattern of tuberculous spondylitis, contiguous vertebral involvement was 100%, discal involvement 98.6%, paravertebral abscess 92.1% cases, epidural abscess 91.4%, spinal cord / thecal sac compression 89.3%, vertebral collapse 72.9%, gibbus deformity 42.9% and psoas abscess 36.4%.
The most abundant fish species in this reservoir, the oldest of the region, are Ageneiosus ucayalensis Castelnau, 1855 (Auchenipteridae), Hemiodus unimaculatus Bloch, 1794 (Hemiodontidae), Serrasalmus gibbus Castelnau, 1855 (Serrasalmidae), Geophagus proximus Castelnau, 1855 (Cichlidae), Acestrorhynchus falcirostris Cuvier, 1819 (Acestrorhynchidae) and Psectrogaster falcata Eigenmann and Eigenmann, 1889 (Curimatidae) (Sa-Oliveira, Vasconcelos, Pereira, Isaac-Nahum, & Teles-Junior, 2013), each with a different life history.
The remains of fish mostly fish heads belongs to Scarus gibbus, Scarus sp.
(4,11,16) The collapse and wedging of multiple adjacent vertebral bodies generate the characteristic gibbus deformity.
All Agonidae, poachers All Liparidae Variegated snailfish, Liparis gibbus All Zoarcidae Canadian eelpout, Lycodes polaris All Stichaeidae Stout eelblenny, Anisarchus medius Slender eelblenny, Lumpenus fabricii Slender eelblenny or snake prickleback, Lumpenus spp.
(2006) emphasize the efficiency of the flow-through system for the scallop Argopecten gibbus larviculture, highlighting the profitability of this system over the batch system.
Supplier B rabbits were SPF for Pasturella multocida, Pasturella pneumotropica, Bordetella brochiseptica, Treponema cuniculi, Clostridium piliformis, cilia-associated respiratory bacillus, Salmonella spp., Encephalitozoon cuniculi, Eimeria stiedae, Eimeria magna, Eimeria intestinalis, Eimeria irresidua, Eimeria flavescens, Eimeria piriformis, Toxoplasma gondii, Passalurus ambiguous, other helminths, parainfluenza virus 1, parainfluenza virus 2, reovirus, Psoroptes cuniculi, Cheyletiella parasitovorax, Leporacarus gibbus, and Dermatomycosis spp.
Redescription of Unio gibbus Spengler, 1793, a west Palaearctic freshwater mussel with hookless glochidia.
Mild thoracolumbar gibbus was noted, with hypoplasia of the first vertebral body (Fig.