To decimate the malformation, destroying the offending oil gland once it morphs into something with a head.
These causes often result in the creation and persistence of a malformation and malposition of the part.
It was a long time before he could walk, on account of some malformation of his limbs.
We believe this is malformation, and is produced by beating and breaking the core of the horn while still young.
Had an impression that the late Lord Byron had some malformation of this kind.
However, in none is the malformation of the frontal region so great as frequently occurs in M. f. noveboracensis.
If this is not duly attended to, the defect or malformation may be aggravated.
malformation of the teeth and dental arches in childhood are frequent and often neglected causes of nasal obstruction.
This malformation was apparent on the same hand of the dead man.
One of the natives seen today exhibited a remarkable case of malformation of the teeth.
malformation mal·for·ma·tion (māl'fôr-mā'shən)
Abnormal or anomalous formation or structure; deformity.