Some articles on defects, defect:

Liability For Defective Products Act 1991 - Liability For Defective Products Act, 1991 - Defects - Warning Labels
... In O'Byrne v Gloucester the plaintiff, a young girl, was standing next to an indoor heater when her cotton dress caught fire, burning her badly ... The defendants were found guilty of negligence, in that they failed to avoid a grave and foreseeable risk by taking the easily affordable precaution of affixing a warning to the dress ...
Samsung SGH-T729 - Defects
... While not technically a defect, the Samsung Blast has a low call volume which is easily solved by using the hands-free accessory that comes with the ...
Children's Heart Foundation
... the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of congenital heart defects in children ... A congenital heart defect (CHD) is a defect in the structure of the heart and great vessels of a newborn ... Most heart defects either obstruct blood flow in the heart or vessels near it or cause blood to flow through the heart in an abnormal pattern, although other defects affecting heart rhythm ...
Bone Destruction Patterns In Periodontal Disease - Types of Destruction
... There are four chief types of bone defects that present in the alveolar bone horizontal defects vertical, or angular, defects fenestrations dehiscenses ...
Larsen Syndrome - Treatment
... Orthopedic surgery can be performed to correct the serious joint defects that are associated with Larsen syndrome ... results have been successful Propranolol has been used to treat some of the cardiac defects associated with Marfan's syndrome, and therefore it has been suggested that the drug also ...

Famous quotes containing the word defects:

    The machine is impersonal, it takes the pride away from a piece of work, the individual merits and defects that go along with all work that is not done by a machine—which is to say, its little bit of humanity.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    All conservatives are such from personal defects. They have been effeminated by position or nature, born halt and blind, through luxury of their parents, and can only, like invalids, act on the defensive. But strong natures, backwoodsmen, New Hampshire giants, Napoleons, Burkes, Broughams, Websters, Kossuths, are inevitable patriots, until their life ebbs, and their defects and gout, palsy and money, warp them.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    The East is the hearthside of America. Like any home, therefore, it has the defects of its virtues. Because it is a long-lived-in house, it bursts its seams, is inconvenient, needs constant refurbishing. And some of the family resources have been spent. To attain the privacy that grown-up people find so desirable, Easterners live a harder life than people elsewhere. Today it is we and not the frontiersman who must be rugged to survive.
    Phyllis McGinley (1905–1978)