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saddle nose meaning in Hindi

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saddle nose sentence in Hindi

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saddle:    पीठ का पारचा पीठ का
nose:    माथा आगा सिरा
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  1. The Seat is designed without the usual saddle nose.
  2. Sometimes, that part of the nose may collapse, resulting in a cosmetic deformity, known as'saddle nose '.
  3. Failure to recognise septal hematomas, or treat in a timely fashion, can cause a saddle nose deformity.
  4. Untreated early syphilis infections results in a high risk of poor pregnancy outcomes, including saddle nose, lower extremity abnormalities, miscarriages, premature births, stillbirths, or death in neonates.
  5. An open rhinoplasty approach also allows for better access to the nose to repair any concurrent nasal deformities, such as saddle nose deformity, that occur with a septal perforation.
  6. In 1896, James Israel, a urological surgeon from Germany, and in 1889 George Monks of the United States each described the successful use of heterogeneous free-bone grafting to reconstruct saddle nose defects.
  7. While it is difficult to spin a rear wheel while making derailleur adjustments, if a stand were high enough to support the rear of the bike by the saddle nose, then this problem could be solved.
  8. Photosensitivity and hyperkeratosis have been associated with PD . Abnormal facial characteristics, consisting of pronounced eyes which are spaced far apart ( hypertelorism ), a high forehead, a compressed bridge of the nose or saddle nose, and a small lower jaw and chin ( micrognathia ), are also observed in the majority of cases.
  9. In the United States, in 1887, the otolaryngologist John Orlando Roe ( 1848 1915 ) performed the first modern endonasal rhinoplasty ( closed rhinoplasty ), about which he reported in the article " The Deformity Termed'Pug Nose'and its Correction, by a Simple Operation " ( 1887 ), and about his management of saddle nose deformities.
  10. In the United States, in 1887, the otolaryngologist John Orlando Roe ( 1848 1915 ) performed the first, modern endonasal rhinoplasty ( closed rhinoplasty ), about which he reported in the article " The Deformity Termed  Pug Nose and its Correction, by a Simple Operation " ( 1887 ), and about his management of saddle nose deformities.
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