Origin of kyphosis
Examples from the Web for kyphosis
If the kyphosis is but functional, the prominence disappears at once.
In rickets, associated with kyphosis, there is a form of exaggerated rotated pelvis (pubis high).Pedagogical Anthropology|Maria Montessori
After the administration of one-half grain to a pregnant rabbit he observed loss of appetite and kyphosis.The Toxicity of Caffein|William Salant
In almost every case, however, this kyphosis is but apparent and the result of muscular debility.
Whether or not this hypothesis correctly accounts for kyphosis in turtles can be ascertained only by further study.Kyphosis and other Variations in Soft-shelled Turtles|Hobart M. Smith
British Dictionary definitions for kyphosis
Word Origin for kyphosis
Word Origin and History for kyphosis
from Greek kyphos "crooked" + -osis.