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Synonyms for diaphyseal

relating to the diaphysis of a bone


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Selection and grouping of cases: Twelve client-owned, active intact dogs referred for simple transverse diaphyseal fractures of long bones, deemed appropriate by the clinician for locking plate fixation, were selected for the study.
This technique allows the efficient weight bearing by successfully transferring weight from the head of femur onto the diaphyseal shaft by providing two steady supporting points and the obtuse angle of placement of the screws, this takes into account the strength of screws, even in a osteoporotic patient's bone.
Flexible intramedullary nailing in the treatmentof diaphyseal fractures of the femur in preschool children.
Classically, they are described as cortically based, diaphyseal or metaphyseal with a radiolucent nidus within an area of surrounding sclerosis.
Frequencies of bone consolidation and major complications were compared using the Fisher's exact test, with view to the osteosynthesis techniques and anatomical (proximal, diaphyseal, and distal) locations, independent of the technique used.
The 2006 revised version of Nosology and Classification of Genetic Skeletal Disorders includes this disorder (along with Camurati-Engelmann, craniometaphyseal dysplasia, craniodiaphyscal dysplasia, Pachydermoperiostosis, and so on.) under the category of increased bone thickness with metaphyseal and/or diaphyseal involvement.8
The cause of diaphyseal femur fracture falls into three main categories as motor vehicle accidents, fighting among animals and unknown causes.
Greene et al., "Incidence of atypical nontraumatic diaphyseal fractures of the femur," Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, vol.
Porter, "The clamshell osteotomy: a new technique to correct complex diaphyseal malunions," The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery-American Volume, vol.
The objective of this case series was to report our initial clinical results using the MIRIS to facilitate MIPO applications in three dogs with diaphyseal appendicular fractures.
Diaphyseal both-bone forearm fractures (BBFF) are one of the most common fractures among the pediatric population.
The study of long bone diaphyseal cross-sectional geometric properties has been used extensively to assess the effects of large-scale changes in subsistence economy in past human populations (Bridges 1989; Holt 2003; Marchi et al.
Social deprivation and adult tibial diaphyseal fractures.
In the absence of a specific ICD code for AFSF, the femoral radiographs of all the patients listed in the hospital's administrative database with a code for subtrochanteric or diaphyseal femur fracture between June 1st, 2009, and January 31st, 2017, were reviewed.