diaphysis


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diaphysis

[dī′af·ə·səs]
(anatomy)
The shaft of a longbone.
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Patient with age more than 16 with wedge fracture of diaphysis of radius and/ or ulna were included in this study.
3 High energy tibial fractures such as those presenting with articular depression, condylar displacement, dissociation of metaphysis from diaphysis and degloving injuries are very difficult to treat.
Gross examination of the excised tumor revealed an irregular surface mass in the distal region of the right humerus that extended from the epiphysis to the initial third of the diaphysis and measured 5cm x 3cm x 2.
The entire wound was grafted, except for the two small areas that were left to granulate further (the metaphysis and diaphysis areas).
12] Only well-defined foramina on the diaphysis are accepted.
MRI of the leg showed, on T2-weighted cross-sectional fat saturation sequences, a hyperintense signal on both the lateral aspect of the periosteum and lateral part of the tibial diaphysis at the level of the ossification (Figure 3).
1998): 1) femur length (measured from the most proximal point of the femoral head to the most distant end of the femur); 2) width of the femoral diaphysis (measured at the narrowest point of the mid-femur); 3) width of the proximal femur (measured from the anterior point of the femoral head to the tip of the greater trochanter); 4) width of the distal femur (corresponding to the width of the condyle in the anteroposterior direction perpendicular to the length of the femur).
The chosen research topic relevance is due to the actual problems of forearm diaphysis bone (compact bone substance) fractures treatment and determined by insufficient perfection of both devices and corresponding treatment methods.
4) In the long bones, it involves the metaphysis, diaphysis, and very rarely the epiphysis.
One of the structures of guineafowl's long-bone compact tissue is mixed histoarchitectonics, which is observed in the humerus bone (in the lateral, dorsal, and volar sectors of the bone's proximal part; in the diaphysis of the volar and dorsal sector and from the middle of the superficial edge to the middle of the compact tissue of the medial sector; in the bone's distal part of the lateral sector and in the dorsal sector at the perimedullary edge).