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).
ossification, and deep venous thrombosis were significant factors associated with FIM gain (Table 3).
pancreas may be due to acquired abnormalities such as congenital or glandular metaplasia that develop in the bowel submucosa (10).
It is the simultaneous reality and unreality of the list that makes of it a space where our normal understanding of the world is potentially subverted; thus it constitutes a "heterotopic
space." This is a more abstract, discursive version of heterotopia, one that is related not only to ontological considerations about the world around us, but also to language and knowledge.
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.
Surgical and obstetric outcomes of laparoscopic management for women with heterotopic
Among specific topics are temporary architecture as a means of urban regeneration, modernism as a mechanism of power and control in colonial contexts: the project of modernity in Cape Town, women as retrofits in modernist low-income housing, and the heterotopic
nature of the built heritage: the sacred wooden architecture of Transylvania and its practices.
"I had a heterotopic
pregnancy and lost two babies and one of my fallopian tubes at the same time," she said.
ossification (HO) is the formation of ectopic bone in abnormal soft tissue locations where it can cause pain, joint motion limitation, and neurovascular entrapment.
KEYWORDS: Mullerian mixed tumor; Heterotopic
cartilage; Myometrium; Uterus.
Queerness for race, queerness for everything." Despite superficial appearances, the queerness of Satterwhite's art isn't heterotopic