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A distinguishing factor between CPPD and HA is that HA typically involves tendons, bursae, and periarticular tissue, whereas CPPD typically deposits in hyaline and fibrocartilage.
At Tsaraepae, all five specimens were young birds (with bursae and/or incompletely ossified skulls): two were undergoing wing molt, three were in tail molt, and all were undergoing body molt.
Potential pain generating structures such as the lateral collateral ligament, lateral meniscus, bursae and the joint capsule should also be considered when attempting to palpate the popliteal tendon near its femoral insertion.
Bursitis: A condition involving inflammation of the bursae.
polyobotaria (Oberthur, 1923), but can easily be separated by the following features: 5 transverse fasciae in the forewing, 4 transverse fasciae in the hindwing; 8th segment of abdomen strongly sclerotized, ostium arc-shaped, corpus bursae circular and without filiform structure in female genitalia.
1), (2) Physiological compression occurs during elbow flexion, but compression may also be the result of masses in the tunnel, including ganglions and bursae or synovitis or osteophytes.
12) Deep bursal infection is typically hematogenous, whereas the superficial bursae, such as those overlying the olecranon or patellar tendon, are often infected secondary to penetrating trauma.
DIAGNOSIS: Recognized by the shiny black basic coloration, brown antennal segment I and basal 1/5 of II, dense, silvery, reclining setae on anterior part of the totally blackened scutellum, anteriorly flattened and pruinose procoxa, well developed metafemur, widened posterior wall of bursae, and narrowed sclerotized rings.
Other species, such as the side-necked turtles of Australia, cope by using specialised cavities in their rear, known as cloacal bursae, to draw in water and remove the oxygen.
However, when they do occur, both rapid-and slow-growing species have been implicated in chronic granulomatous infections involving tendon sheaths, bursae, bones, and joints.
They must be differentiated from bursae, especially around the knee, and from lipomas.
It is also true that pharyngeal bursae, which are essentially potential Tornwaldt's cysts, are more detectable at autopsy than on imaging, but there is no suggestion that the authors of the early incidence studies (13,14) confused the two.

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