Tortion

Tor´tion


n.1.Torment; pain.
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A man is like a tree: in a forest of his fellows he will grow as straight as his generic and individual nature permits; alone in the open, he yields to the deforming stresses and tortions that environ him.
(4) Additionally, epididymitis, spermatic cord disease (such as tortion), or benign and malignant tumours of spermatic cord should be kept in mind in the differential diagnosis.
Patients with undescended testicle should be treated in order to prevent complications including malignancy, infertility and testicular tortion (1).
As studies such as Eric Partridge's Shakespeare's Bawdy or Gordon Williams's Glossary of Shakespeare's Sexual Language will tell us, bawdy refers to language or acts that are "lewd, obscene, [or] unchaste." (4) Literary scholars tend to use the word bawdy especially to signify a kind of naughty sexuality, most often manifested in the mirthful tortion of innuendoes and puns.
Ultrasound of testes will diagnose undescended testes, tumor, varicocele, hydrocele, heamatoma, epididymitis and tortion of testes.
Further dis- tortion can be expected if the storage format of the digi- tal image is to be changed e.g.
He had calculated lower exchange rate dis- tortion magnitudes for South Asian countries, which is below than 100.
According to Andrew (2000), "The author may have been primary for [Bazin], but only as a tortion in the knot of technology, film language, genre, cultural precedent, and so forth ..." (p.
Drainage by aspiration may be necessary because of the risk of tortion in solitary or multiple cysts with a diameter larger than 4-5 cm which do not get smaller (41).
Testis tortion in the newborn (especially antenatal testis tortion) is observed very rarely and constitutes 10-12% of childhood testis tortions.
Many factors like economic crisis trade dis tortions shifting cultivations natural resource degradation and technological advances are affecting agricultural productivity and wellbeing of the rural communities they said.
A man is like a tree: in a forest of his fellows he will grow as straight as his generic and individual nature permits; alone in the open, he yields to the deforming stresses and tortions that environ him.