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Synonyms for osteoarthritis

chronic breakdown of cartilage in the joints

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Our study opens many questions concerning the best time for surgery and surgical technique, the ideal choice of graft and its tensioning, and whether surgical treatment of patellar instability can prevent early osteoarthrosis.
Yoshikawa, "Lipoma arborescens of the knee as a possible cause of osteoarthrosis," Orthopedics, vol.
Osteochondromas may cause pain and a reduction in skeletal growth, bony deformity, restricted joint motion, shortened stature, premature osteoarthrosis, and the compression of peripheral nerves.
Elemental analysis of femoral bone from patients with fractured neck of femur or osteoarthrosis.
Similar suggestion is justified regarding neurological movement, which is associated with chronic inflammation, like arthritis and osteoarthrosis.
Lind, "Positive pivot shift after ACL reconstruction predicts later osteoarthrosis, 63 patients followed 5-9 years after surgery," Acta Orthopaedica Scandinavica, vol.
The recommendation of reconstructing the torn ACL using a graft has been established due to the fact that over time, non-treatment of complete ligament injuries seems likely to cause progression of symptomatic instability leading to recurrent injury, damage to the menisci and the articular cartilage as well as activating osteoarthrosis (Delay et al.
Comparison of short- and long-term function and radiographic osteoarthrosis in dogs after postoperative physical rehabilitation and tibial plateau leveling osteotomy or lateral fabellar suture stabilization.
Semiconstrained total elbow replacement for the treatment of post-traumatic osteoarthrosis.
Low incidence of osteoarthrosis in hip and knee after anterior poliomyelitis: a late review.
transmission of rapidly applied load though articular cartilage: the mechanics of osteoarthrosis.
Spinopelvic alignment in patients with osteoarthrosis of the hip: a radiographic comparison to patients with low back pain.