compression fracture

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fracture in which the bone collapses (especially in short bones such as vertebrae)

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The clinical consequences of vertebral compression fracture. Bone.
Vertebral compression fractures caused by benign lesions, cancer and osteoporosis are gaining prevalence in the market.
Kyphoplasty is a minimally invasive surgical procedure to treat vertebral body compression fractures. The complication rate of this procedure is low, i.e., 1%-2% for osteoporotic fractures and 5%-10% for metastatic lesions (1, 2).
The outcomes for vertebral compression fractures (VCF) randomized to vertebroplasty or a sham procedure showed comparable pain management for patients in the trials.
If you have a vertebral compression fracture, you may experience sudden-onset back pain that is moderate to severe; if this occurs, see your doctor as soon as possible.
Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 20, 2018 --( Leader Biomedical introduces new Spine Portfolio with the launch of three targeted therapeutic solutions Adcon[R] Gel, Hyalosyn[TM] Gel, and Vebroplast[R] addressing adhesions, joint mobility, and vertebral compression fractures, respectively.
Buick said: "After seeing my specialist I can confirm I have a T12 compression fracture after my fall at Arlington last Saturday, which sadly saw Permian lose his life.
Kim, "Prevention and treatment of multiple osteoporotic compression fracture," Asian Spine Journal, vol.
A 67-year-old woman had previously undergone posterior fixation surgery (T12, L1, and L3) for an L2 compression fracture when she was 63 years old and had no other specific medical history.
23 when he suffered a compression fracture of his L1 vertebra.
The AP and lateral radiographs of the thoracic spine (Figure la) revealed a 50% anterior compression fracture at T7 with a slight convex posterior vertebral body margin.
Vertebral body compression fracture: discriminating benign from malignant causes by diffusion-weighted MR imaging and apparent diffusion coefficient value.
The lower back MRI with contrast showed mass lesion of the size 4.7cm x 2.9cm at vertebra L1, causing compression fracture of vertebral body and extension to the back side of the vertebra on the right side.
In the study, researchers compared CT scans to DXA scans for 1,867 patients over 10 years and found that DXA scans misdiagnosed almost half of patients who had an osteoporotic vertebral compression fracture that was subsequently identified via CT scan.
Common comorbidities were hospitalization (64%), chronic catheterization (29%), spinal cord compression (19%), and compression fracture (17%).