• commonly
  • Directional asymmetry of traits can be distinguished by showing significantly biased measurements towards traits being larger on either the left or right sides, for example, human testicles (where the right is more commonly larger), or handedness (85% are right handed, 15% are left handed). (wikipedia.org)
  • affects
  • Myotonic dystrophy , also known as Steinert's disease, which affects both men and women, causing generalized weakness first seen in the face, feet, and hands. (encyclopedia.com)
  • joint
  • In unilateral dysplasia only one joint shows deformity, the contralateral side may show resulting effects. (wikipedia.org)
  • As an acquired condition it has often been linked to traditions of swaddling infants, use of overly restrictive baby seats, carriers and other methods of transporting babies, or use of a cradle board which locks the hip joint in an "adducted" position (pulling the knees together tends to pull the heads of the femur bone out of the sockets or acetabulae) for extended periods. (wikipedia.org)
  • Early
  • In the early 20th century the breed remained in vogue for high society, with dogs changing hands for up to $3,000 and being owned by members of influential families such as the Rockefellers and the J. P. Morgans. (wikipedia.org)
  • either
  • This causes either a complete absence of a part of the body, such as the hand, or a missing structure, such as part of the arm bone. (lomalindahealth.org)
  • hard
  • It can extend from the front of the mouth (hard palate) to the throat (soft palate). (nyhq.org)
  • mouth
  • A parrot mouth is an overbite, where the upper jaw extends further out than the lower jaw. (wikipedia.org)
  • A monkey mouth, sow mouth, or bulldog mouth is an underbite, where the lower jaw extends further out than the upper jaw. (wikipedia.org)