osteochondritis


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Related to osteochondritis: osteochondritis dissecans, costochondritis

osteochondritis

[‚äs·tē·ō‚kän′drīd·əs]
(medicine)
Inflammation of both bone and cartilage.
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We also compared these results with another cohort from the same institution in which all patients underwent the same type of operation in the presence of intrinsic type elbow stiffness (osteochondritis dissecans, osteoarthritis, inflammatory arthritis, intra-articular fractures, synovial chondromatosis).
One important entity to distinguish from osteochondritis dessicans is normal irregularity of the ossification centers.
Tipped for the top and part of the elite Team GB programme for the 2016 Olympics, her future literally crumbled in front of her, an agonising condition called osteochondritis wrecking her elbow.
Cervical spondylosis and osteochondritis are not accepted as valid causes for the fulfillment of criterion (B).
Articular cartilage lesions can be briefly classified into four types: (1) localized focal osteochondral or chondral lesion, (2) OA, (3) osteochondritis dissecans, and (4) other types [18].
Osteochondritis dissecans is a joint disorder pertaining to articular cartilage and chondral defects resulting in damage to the articular cartilage and underlying bone.
The orthopedic physician made a diagnosis of osteochondritis dissecans.
Skeletal abnormalities maybe in the forms of lucencies (demineralization) and erosions (osseous destruction) of the proximal medial tibial metaphysis (Wimberger sign), metaphyseal lucent bands, metaphyseal serrated appearance at the epiphyseal margin of long bones (Wegner sign), diaphyseal periostitis, irregular areas of increased density and rarefaction ("moth-eaten" appearance), and multiple sites of osteochondritis [1, 7, 11].
Bigoni, "Osteochondral alteration in a child treated with levetiracetam: a rare case of juvenile osteochondritis dissecans of the talar head," Journal of pediatric orthopedics B, vol.
Management of osteochondritis dissecans lesions of the knee, elbow and ankle.
Team member Irene Vikatou needed only good observation to detect a high prevalence of a rare type of bone lesion called osteochondritis dissecans (OD) in the foot bones.
In research, puppies that were free-fed with other-puppy competition grew faster at early ages, but ran the risk of developmental orthopedic disease (DOD)." DOD refers to a constellation of problems, including hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, and osteochondritis dissecans (OCD).