heterotopic


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heterotopic

[¦hed·ə·rō¦täp·ik]
(biology)
Pertaining to transplantation of tissue from one site to another on the same organism.
(medicine)
Occurring in an abnormal anatomic location.
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If elbow motion does not progress with non-operative treatment (physical therapy and splinting), removal of heterotopic ossifications should be taken into account at an appropriate time (4,11).
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Heterotopic pancreas may be due to acquired abnormalities such as congenital or glandular metaplasia that develop in the bowel submucosa (10).
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For the radiological examination, an X-ray revealed a clearly distinguished heterotopic bone bridging from the anterior superior spine to the lesser trochanter of the femur [Figure 1]a.
In the literature, no cases of heterotopic replantation have been reported within 2 years of age.
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Heterotopic ossification (HO) is the formation of ectopic bone in abnormal soft tissue locations where it can cause pain, joint motion limitation, and neurovascular entrapment.
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