However, due to the paucity of inflammatory cells found on the osteochondral articular surface of the bone, a more appropriate term would be osteochondrosis
, which does not assume the presence of an inflammatory process.
The relationship between growth and osteochondrosis
in specific joints in pigs.
Location of osteochondrosis
injuries and total amount and % of injury at each location Site of Injury Number of Episodes Elbow (6%) 2 Foot (12%) 4 Groin (12%) 4 Knee (44%) 15 Pelvis (23%) 8 Thight (3%) 1 Note: Table made from bar graph.
deformas juvenilis capituli humeri including investigation of intra-osseous vasculature in distal humerus.
The diseases of particular focus for this project are osteochondrosis
(OC), insect bite hypersensitivity (IBH) and chronic progressive lymphedema (CPL).
RJM: It is perfect for degenerative disorders of the joints (arthrosis) and of the spinal column (osteochondrosis
) and rheumatic complaints, neurological disorders including multiple sclerosis, paralyses after a stroke, circulatory disorders following due to disorders of the vascular system, migraine, heart diseases, respiratory organ disorders, chronic liver, and kidney diseases.
As the disease takes its course, osteochondrosis
and arthrosis lead to pain, so that posture worsens and the patient becomes less active.
Elbow pain caused by persistent olecranon physis is relatively rare compared with other causes including medial epicondylitis, osteochondrosis
of the humeral capitulum, ulnar nerve neuritis, and other soft tissue injuries [1, 2].
Mata et al., "Next-generation sequencing identifies equine cartilage and subchondral bone miRNAs and suggests their involvement in osteochondrosis
physiopathology," BMC Genomics, vol.
If underlying bone edema is present or if there is any abnormal findings in the underlying bone, then osteochondrosis
dessicans or another abnormality should be considered.
In certain breeds, especially larger breeds, over-feeding can lead to an increased frequency of hypertrophic osteodystrophy (HOD), osteochondrosis
(OCD) and hip dysplasia."
Frequency and severity of osteochondrosis
in horses with cervical stenotic myelopathy.