epiphysiolysis


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epiphysiolysis

[ə‚pif·ə·sē′äl·ə·səs]
(medicine)
The separation of an epiphysis from the shaft of abone.
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These injuries are described as dislocation of the SCJ or epiphysiolysis of the medial end of the clavicle.
Arthritic changes to hip joint result from both congenital and acquired disruption of joint statics, altered dynamic ratio of articular surfaces such as with congenital hip displacement, conditions after Perthes disease and epiphysiolysis and others.
Arthroscopic hip surgery has become a well-accepted approach to treating numerous hip pathologies, including irrigation and debridement of an infected joint; loose body removal; synovectomy; treatment of femoroacetabular impingement (FAI); impingement of the ligamentum teres; management of labral tears; debridement for osteoarthritis; biopsy; intraoperative control of osteotomy or epiphysiolysis; synovial chondromatosis; and thermal capsulorrhaphy and capsular plication for subtle rotational instability and capsular laxity.
The poor manifestation of clinical signs is found in subperiosteal fractures and epiphysiolysis without displacement of bone fragments (Schwarz, Pienaar, Schwarz et al., 1996).
(2005) Biomechanics of the shoulder in youth baseball pitchers: implications for the development of proximal humeral epiphysiolysis and humeral retrotorsion.
To the best of our knowledge, there are only four reports of pediatric distal ulnar epiphysiolysis without DRF [1-4], and there are only four previous reports of isolated ulnar head fracture in adults [5-8].
Limb lengthening or growth retardation by distraction epiphysiolysis or other methods,
Inoue, "Stress fracture of the scaphoid combined with the distal radial epiphysiolysis," British Journal of Sports Medicine, vol.
Injuries were classified according to the Abbreviated Injury Scale (minor: contusion or sprain, or both; moderate: nondisplaced fracture or epiphysiolysis of radius; severe: displaced fracture).