coxarthrosis

coxarthrosis

(kŏks″ărth-rō′sĭs) [″ + Gr. arthron, joint, + osis, condition]
Arthrosis of the hip joint.
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33-35) Akatov and Dreval employed obturator main branch TRF in 15 patients with coxarthrosis, but the reported technical details and clinical outcomes were not clear.
Percutaneous radiofrequency destruction of the obturator nerve for treatment of pain caused by coxarthrosis.
He had a history of benign hyperplasia of the prostate gland, and 1 year before the current illness, he received a diagnosis of right-sided coxarthrosis, for which radiographic imaging showed grade II changes, loss of cartilage, and subchondral sclerosis.
Total hip replacement for coxarthrosis secondary to congenital dysplasia and dislocation of the hip.
2009b) Vibration training compared with resistance training in patients with coxarthrosis.
This result indicated a positive relationship between coxarthrosis and OP, which was contrary to what we expected (Table 3).
The electron microscopic examination of femur heads of patients undergoing surgery either for hip fracture or coxarthrosis was studied by Shen et al.
Chitnavis J, Sinsheimer JS, Suchard MA, Clipsham K, Carr AJ End-stage coxarthrosis and gonarthrosis.
Study objective: The examination of the effectiveness and tolerance of willow bark extract in patients with gonarthrosis and coxarthrosis compared to conventional therapies.
b) Correlated diseases: case 1, hypertension plus cholelithiasis, bilateral coxarthrosis, and spondyloarthrosis; case 2, hypertension; case 4, impaired fasting glucose.
Patients who had previous pelvic or lumbosacral surgery or a previous fracture history regarding SIJ were exluded from the study group along with those with coxarthrosis or those with less than two years of follow-up.