extraarticular


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ex·tra·ar·tic·u·lar

(eks'tră-ar-tik'yū-lăr),
Outside of a joint.

extraarticular

[ek′strə·ärtik′yələr]
Etymology: L, extra, outside, articulare, to divide into joints
pertaining to the area outside a joint or within the joint.

ex·tra·ar·tic·u·lar

(ekstră-ahr-tikyū-lăr)
Outside of a joint.

ex·tra·ar·tic·u·lar

(ekstră-ahr-tikyū-lăr)
Outside of a joint.
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1] In the present study, we used the traditional method to treat the extraarticular comminuted inferior pole fractures with partial patellectomy with patellar tendon repair using transosseus sutures without risking for the loss of fixation with the use of hardware.
Fixation of extraarticular distal humerus fractures using one locking plate versus two reconstruction plates: a laboratory study.
Extraarticular impingement: ischiofemoral impingement and trochanteric-pelvic.
It is well recognized that increased rheumatoid factor serves as a marker of disease activity and inflammation in patients with rheumatoid arthritis, as it is associated with increased concentrations of acute-phase reactants (15), disease progression (22, 23), extraarticular manifestations (24-26), and cardiovascular disease (27-29).
Olecranon bursitis, also termed "student's elbow," secondary to the inciting injury of chronic friction applied to a flexed elbow while studying, has numerous causes, including trauma, chronic repetitive micro-trauma and inflammatory diseases such as uric acid deposition in gout, extraarticular deposition of rheumatoid factor in rheumatoid arthritis and calcium pyrophosphate deposition, otherwise known as pseudogout.
Moreover, there are general symptoms of inflammation and, often, an extraarticular involvement.
If you inject them, and they have absolutely no pain," it suggests extraarticular is-sues.
en 2005, realizaron un estudio con el objetivo de comparar la tecnica intraarticular, la extraarticular y la osteotomia niveladora del plato tibial (TPLO) en pacientes caninos, obteniendose mejores resultados con las tecnicas extraarticulares y la TPLO que con los metodos intraarticulares (22).
2) Poor prognostic features include functional limitation, extraarticular disease, positive RF or ACPA, and bony erosions by radiograph.
However, before the addition of corticosteroids 4 weeks before hospital admission, methotrexate was the only immunosuppressive agent used by case-patient B, and he had no erosive or extraarticular disease.