The act of displacing, or the state of being displaced.
The displacement of parts of rocks or portions of strata from the situation which they originally occupied. Slips, faults, and the like, are dislocations.
The act of dislocating, or putting out of joint; also, the condition of being thus displaced.
Condition where bones that usually meet at a joint, have completely lost contact with each other at the joint surface and are displaced. Dislocation usually results from trauma, and a dislocated shoulder is a particularly common sports injury.
Displacement of a bone from a joint.
The displacement of a body part, especially a bone.
out of joint (patella, more often than the knee itself)
Displacement of bone in a joint so that two articulating surfaces become separated; also called luxation.
displacement of the two bones in a joint
The forceful displacement of an articulating bone to an abnormal position, generally accompanied by damage to tendons, ligaments, the articular capsule, or other structures.
Displacement of two bones from their normal location at a joint.
an event that results in a displacement or discontinuity
a displacement of a part (especially a bone) from its normal position (as in the shoulder or the vertebral column)
a complete loss of contact between bone surfaces in a joint that normally meet
a displacement of a bone end from the joint
a displacement of the bone at a joint
an injury in which a bone is displaced from its proper position
an injury in which the ends of your bones are forced from their normal positions
an injury that occurs when the top of the arm bone becomes disconnected from the scapula
an injury to your joint in which the ends of your bones are
a separation of the end of a bone and the joint it meets
a seperation of a bone where it meets a joint
Displacement of an organ or any part; specifically a disturbance or disarrangement of the normal relation of the bones at a joint. The direction of the dislocation is determined by the position of the distal part of the articulation.
Describes the situation when the two articulating bones forming a joint are no longer in contact with each other.
displacement of a bone in a joint so that joint surfaces do not make proper contact.
A dislocation occurs when extreme force is put on a joint, allowing the ends of two connected bones to separate
disruption or coming apart of a joint
displacement from their normal position of bones meeting at a joint.
The displacement of a bone out of a joint. Usually caused by trauma, there is normally damage to the ligaments, joint capsule and soft tissues.
The displacement of any part, more especially of a bone
Displacement of an organ or any part; specifically disturbance or disarrangement of the normal relation of the bones entering the formation of a joint.
A displacement of one or more bones at a joint.
Complete displacement of joint surfaces.
When the normal articulating joint surfaces have lost total contact.
Displacement of a bone from its joint.
mass noun] disturb from usual state or place - Injury to body joint
Bones that are shifted or displaced from the normal position.
a dislocation occurs when extreme force is put on a ligament causing the two bone ends to separate. Dislocations can also affect a joint, the point where two or more bones come together. The joint is created as a "ball-and-socket" joint. A dislocated joint causes the head of the bone (ball) to partially or completely come out of the socket.
Joint dislocation (Latin: luxatio) http://dict.die.net/luxation/ Luxation occurs when bones in a joint become displaced or misaligned. It is often caused by a sudden impact to the joint. The ligaments almost always become damaged as a result of a dislocation.