varus

listen to the pronunciation of varus
Englisch - Türkisch
kemik veya eklemin kusurlu teşekkül
(Tıp) Çarpık bacaklı, paytak
(Tıp) Eğri, eğik, içe çarpık, kavisli
Englisch - Englisch
Bowlegged
abnormally bent inward
turned inward; especially of a deformity in which part of a limb is twisted toward the center of the body; "varus deformities of the hand"
A deformity in which the foot is turned inward
turned inward; especially of a deformity in which part of a limb is twisted toward the center of the body; "varus deformities of the hand
Bending or turning inward towards the midline of the body
Angulation inward and toward the midline of the body
Bent or twisted
{s} characterized by an abnormal turning inward of a bone from the middle of the body (especially a knee or foot)
Publius Quintilius Varus
v. died AD 9 Roman general. He was born a patrician; his father was one of the murderers of Julius Caesar. Varus crushed the rebellion in Judaea (4 BC) and reestablished Roman control. Assigned to the frontiers east of the Rhine, he tried to assert Roman jurisdiction, but he was overwhelmed by a German attack in the Teutoburg Forest and lost three legions. Disgraced, he killed himself by falling on his sword. His defeat led to the loss of all Roman possessions east of the Rhine
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