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de·vi·a·tion

 (dē′vē-ā′shən)
n.
1.
a. The act of deviating or turning aside.
b. An instance of this: "We made so many deviations up and down lanes ... that I was quite tired, and very glad, when we saw Yarmouth" (Charles Dickens).
2.
a. Divergence from an accepted idea, policy, or norm of behavior: "Freud, as the leader of a powerful new movement, could not bear much deviation from his own central ideas" (Joseph Epstein).
b. An instance of this; an abnormality or departure from a norm: "Vice was a deviation from our nature" (Henry Fielding).
3. Deflection of a compass needle caused by local magnetic influence, especially on a ship.
4. Statistics The difference, especially the absolute difference, between one number in a set of data and the mean of that set of data.

de′vi·a′tion·ism n.
de′vi·a′tion·ist adj. & n.
Synonyms: deviation, aberration, divergence
These nouns mean a departure from what is prescribed or expected: tolerates no deviation from the rules; an act that represented an aberration from his usual behavior; a doctrine seen as a divergence from previous beliefs.

deviation

(ˌdiːvɪˈeɪʃən)
n
1. an act or result of deviating
2. (Statistics) statistics the difference between an observed value in a series of such values and their arithmetic mean
3. (Navigation) the error of a compass due to local magnetic disturbances

de•vi•a•tion

(ˌdi viˈeɪ ʃən)

n.
1. the act of deviating.
2. departure from an accepted or established standard or norm.
3. the difference between one of a set of statistical values and some fixed value, usu. the mean of the set.
4. the error of a magnetic compass on a given heading as a result of local magnetism.
[1375–1425; (< Middle French) < Medieval Latin]

de·vi·a·tion

(dē′vē-ā′shən)
Mathematics
The difference between one number in a set and the mean of the set.

deviation

1. The distance by which a point of impact or burst misses the target. See also circular error probable; delivery error; dispersion error; horizontal error.
2. The angular difference between magnetic and compass headings.

deviation

Conduct departing from the norm. Specifically, it is used to describe sexual perversions, such as a fetish or sadism.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.deviation - a variation that deviates from the standard or norm; "the deviation from the mean"
variation, fluctuation - an instance of change; the rate or magnitude of change
variance, variant, discrepancy - an event that departs from expectations
driftage - the deviation (by a vessel or aircraft) from its intended course due to drifting
flection, flexion, inflection - deviation from a straight or normal course
2.deviation - the difference between an observed value and the expected value of a variable or function
statistics - a branch of applied mathematics concerned with the collection and interpretation of quantitative data and the use of probability theory to estimate population parameters
statistic - a datum that can be represented numerically
outlier - an extreme deviation from the mean
mean deviation, mean deviation from the mean - the arithmetic mean of the absolute values of deviations from the mean of a distribution
3.deviation - the error of a compass due to local magnetic disturbances
erroneousness, error - inadvertent incorrectness
4.deviation - deviate behavior
irregularity, abnormality - behavior that breaches the rule or etiquette or custom or morality
5.deviation - a turning aside (of your course or attention or concern); "a diversion from the main highway"; "a digression into irrelevant details"; "a deflection from his goal"
turning, turn - the act of changing or reversing the direction of the course; "he took a turn to the right"
red herring - any diversion intended to distract attention from the main issue

deviation

deviation

noun
Translations
إنْحِراف
odchylkaúchylka
afvigelse
frávik
sapma

deviation

[ˌdiːvɪˈeɪʃən] Ndesviación f (from de)

deviation

[ˌdiːviˈeɪʃən] n (statistical)variation f
a deviation from [+ standard, normal practice] → une déviance de
a deviation from the norm → un écart par rapport à la norme

deviation

nAbweichen nt, → Abweichung f; deviation from the normAbweichung fvon der Norm

deviation

[ˌdiːvɪˈeɪʃn] n deviation (from)deviazione f (da)
standard deviation (Math) → scarto quadratico medio

deviate

(ˈdiːvieit) verb
to turn aside, especially from a right, normal or standard course. She will not deviate from her routine.
ˌdeviˈation noun

de·vi·a·tion

n. desviación, desvío.
1. alejamiento de una pauta establecida;
2. aberración mental; mala conducta, mal comportamiento.

deviation

n desviación f
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Radiography of both hands showed ulnar deviation of the fifth digit and absence of bony erosions (Figure 1b).
In these patients, the thumb is immobilized for 4 to 8 weeks through spica casting or functional hinged bracing in slight ulnar deviation and flexion at the MCP joint.
The larger ulnar and smaller humeral heads comprising the FCUM are both able to affect independently with one being confined for wrist flexion and ulnar deviation strength while the other is for tendon transfer or soft tissue coverage of the region (10, 11).
Movements Average (Mean + SD) Palmar flexion 57.1 with SD 3.5 Dorsiflexion 63.3 with SD 3.2 Radial deviation 17.6 with SD 3.0 Ulnar deviation 24.1 with SD 4.4 At the end of six months, four patients had stiffness of wrist with reduced radial deviation.
The ulnar deviation angle was measured on the anteroposterior radiographs of the hands and wrists as the angle between the long axis of the radius and that of the third metacarpal.
Reversible ulnar deviation, metacarpophalangeal (MCP) joint flexion, proximal interphalangeal (PIP) joint extension, and distal interphalangeal (DIP) joint flexion (swan neck deformity) were observed in both hands.
Patients were selected because they had severe deformity at the MCP joints, based on their combined ulnar deviation and an extensor lag greater than or equal to 50 degrees on average for each finger.
The FCU mediates the power grip, and can be tested by resisted wrist flexion and ulnar deviation. Ring finger and small finger FDP strength should be examined by resistance testing at the distal IPJ.
A lightly padded below-elbow plaster cast was applied to the right forearm and hand, with the wrist in the position of slight palmar flexion and ulnar deviation. The metacarpophalangeal joints were not immobilized.
Under fluoroscopic guidance, the fracture was reduced and Kirschner (K) wires were passed through the radial styloid with wrist in traction and ulnar deviation. The wires were drilled proximally until they penetrated the intact opposite cortex using Clancy technique.