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glenoid

[′gle‚nȯid]
(anatomy)
A smooth, shallow, socketlike depression, particularly of the skeleton.
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Table 1 Preoperative Diagnosis of aTSA and rTSA patients * aTSA N Diagnosis 653 OA 5 RA 24 Post Capsuloraphy Arthropathy 15 AVN 32 Post traumatic rTSA N Diagnosis 735 Cuff tear arthropathy 42 Acute fracture 36 Irreparable rotator cuff tear 20 Fracture malunion or nonunion 18 Inflammatory arthropathy 15 Type B / C glenoid 12 Failed ORIF proximal humerus fracture 5 Chronic instability * A small percentage of patients did not include an entry for preoperative diagnosis.
The bare spot of the glenoid fossa is a normal well-marginated cartilage defect that is commonly detected in adults with some reports noting presence in up to 88% of adult cases, (1) and is rarely present in children-- reportedly found in only 2.
The glenoid cavity is located on the lateral angle of the shoulder blade.
Distribution of grafts and outcome Number of Complications at Reconstruction area grafts recipient site Mandibular ramus 10 None Nasal dorsum 14 1 mobile graft, in proper anatomical position Maxilla/alveolar ridge 12 1 infection; graft loss Glenoid fossa/ 14 None temporal bone Mandible 3 None Orbitozygomatic 10 1 infection; partial graft loss complex Total 63 3/63 sites (4.
Primer OA'da genellikle glenoid kavite, daha az oranda da humerus basi etkilenir (7).
The scan showed involvement of the glenoid, with the fracture extending through the posterior lip.
1) Glenoid bone loss is found in as many as 41% of first-time dislocations and this increases to 81% in patients with a recurrence.
Total shoulder arthroplasty was not an option because of the lack of glenoid bone to support it, but hemiarthroplasty was successful for pain reduction (she rated her pain 0 out of 10 on a visual analogue scale following the surgery), and her function was improved.
Frontal chest radiograph revealed severe hypoplasia of the body of scapulae bilaterally while the acromion, coracoid and glenoid were well formed.
On-arka ve aksiller omuz grafilerinde humerus basi anatomik sekli bozulmustu; humerus, glenoid fossa ve akromiyoklavikuler eklemde dejenerasyonlar izlendi.
5) In a 1979 review of the literature by Denia et al, 41 (77%) of 53 reported cases of temporal bone osteoma were found in the mastoid region, whereas only 4 cases occurred in the squama, 4 cases in the internal auditory canal, and 1 each in the glenoid fossa, eustachian tube, petrous apex, and styloid process.