nondeforming

nondeforming

(ˌnɒndɪˈfɔːmɪŋ)
adj
not causing deformity
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All patients in the series had nonerosive and nondeforming arthritis.
Rosenberg and Forrestal presented a plate perforation model for nondeforming rods and target plates that experience ductile hole growth.
Collagen and elastin content, and subsequently mechanical strength, were not altered with treatment, demonstrating the nondeforming capabilities of supercritical C[O.sub.2].
The arthritis associated with HSP usually affects the lower extremities, and is oligoarticular, nondeforming, and transient, with prominent swelling and tenderness.
There was history of recurrent appendicular polyarthralgia over the last 6 months, with one episode of a nondeforming arthritis.
And with hard, nondeforming bullets, its penetration is impressive.
Nondeforming arthritis is most characteristic of Whipple's disease and is frequently the initial symptom.
(13) solved the flow and mechanical energy equations for a nondeforming coat hanger die for a Carreau liquid by the finite volume method.
In the patients with nondeforming type IV OI, we observed the opposite pattern to that seen in type I OI--their P1NP concentrations were relatively high in relation to osteocalcin.
However, it is milder than a true RA because it is usually nondeforming and has a fluctuating course.
These underlying biochemical processes lead to the clinical manifestations of auricular chondritis, nasal chondritis, laryngeal chondritis, nondeforming or erosive arthritis, and various ocular manifestations, including uveitis.