diaphysis

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diaphysis

[dī′af·ə·səs]
(anatomy)
The shaft of a longbone.
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The fractures were classified based on bone involved, type of fracture and diaphyseal location using cranio-caudal and medio-lateral radiographic projections (Unger et al., 1990).
Technique-BDSF allows for early weight-bearing due to its diaphyseal cortical support, which is stronger and increased angle of screw placement, which is shown in the better Harris HS functional results and better daily living abilities of the subjects.
Within long bones, LCH is typically metaphyseal or diaphyseal and may be associated with periosteal reaction.
Such fractures occur more frequently in the proximal or distal physes, whereas metaphyseal and diaphyseal fractures are more common in mature patients (BEALE, 2004; KIM et al., 2012).
Multiple congenital abnormalities with diaphyseal dysplasia (Camurati-Engelmann syndrome).
Hence, the present study reports use of DCP for diaphyseal femoral fractures in dogs.
Clarke et al., "Trends in subtrochanteric, diaphyseal, and distal femur fractures, 1984-2007," Osteoporosis International, vol.
Bono, "TKA after clamshell osteotomy for femoral diaphyseal malunion," Orthopedics, vol.
All dogs had closed diaphyseal spiral fractures: one radius and ulnar fracture (Figure 2) and two tibial and fibular fractures with comminution (Figures 3 and 4).
We then examined studies that analyzed intramedullary fixation of both-bone diaphyseal forearm fractures.
Long bone midshaft diaphyseal cross sections vary in size and shape to accommodate the loadings placed upon them during life, particularly during adolescence (Pearson and Lieberman 2004; Ruff 2008; Ruff et al.