chondropathy


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chondropathy

 [kon-drop´ah-the]
any disease of cartilage.

chon·drop·a·thy

(kon-drop'ă-thē),
Any disease of cartilage.
[chondro- + G. pathos, suffering]

chondropathy

/chon·drop·a·thy/ (kon-drop´ah-the) disease of cartilage.

chondropathy

A nonspecific term for any disease of cartilage

chon·drop·a·thy

(kon-drop'ă-thē)
Any disease of cartilage.
[chondro- + G. pathos, suffering]

chondropathy

any disease of cartilage.
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To address his extensive medial compartment damage and advanced symptomatic patellofemoral chondropathy, a Deuce Journey (Smith & Nephew Inc.
Given the findings from this study including 194 patients and 6-year follow-up, it has been observed that in cases with total meniscectomy and partial lateral meniscectomy, the chondropathy occurs in the first 5 years, 33.
Quantitative MR imaging evaluation of chondropathy in osteoathritic knees.
c) hamatolunate impaction syndrome: a type 2 lunate (anatomical variant lunate defined by a clear articular facet with the hamate), chondropathy and associated subchondral marrow signal alteration (Figure 5); and,
1,2,7,8-12) Hyperpronation has been associated with the development of conditions such as patellofemoral syndrome (PFS), retropatellar chondropathy (RPCP),6,13-16 flexor hallucis longus tendonitis, (7) Achilles tendonitis, (1,7,9,17,18) hallux valgus, and bunions, (2) all of which are among the most common injuries in dancers.
Chandra et al showed that laryngomalacia does not represent a histologically identifiable chondropathy and that cartilaginous abnormalities play no role in its pathogenesis.
MRI demonstrated moderate knee osteoarthritis, a region of chondropathy in the medial tibial cartilage, and marked effusion with multiple fatty synovial proliferations, which is pathognomonic of lipoma arborescens (Figures 2 and 3).
Hyperpronation has been implicated in the development of injuries further up the kinetic chain as well, (2,8,9) including patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) and retropatellar chondropathy (RPCP) from increased tibial torsion.
Arthroscopic evaluation of chondropathy in osteoarthritis of the knee.
This may be mechanistically explained by the fact that areas of synovitis, rich in metalloproteinases and chemokines, directly abut the sites of chondropathy.