aclasis is a rare genetic skeletal condition due to developmental abnormalities of the growth plate causing multiple cartilage covered exostoses to form on the surface of the metaphysis or the adjacent diaphysis region of long bones.
Data Source: Review of radiographs from 1,448 Kaiser California patients with a diaphyseal
femur fracture during January 2007 through December 2009, including 135 that met the atypical criteria.
Subrochanteric and diaphyseal
femur fractures in patients treated with alendronate: A register-based national cohort study.
and metaphyseal fractures there is usually a history of trauma, requiring appropriate immobilisation.
The object is most likely a diaphyseal
fragment of a long bone (an ulna or tibia) of a small vertebrate.
Bucholz and V Mooney, Porous hydroxyapatite as a bone graft substitute in diaphyseal
defects: a histometric study.
The advent of peripheral quantitative computed tomography (pQCT), a three-dimensional measurement technique, has revealed that BMD loss differs at trabecular bone sites of the distal and proximal epiphyses  and that bone loss at diaphyseal
sites occurs as a result of cortical wall thinning, not by decline of BMD [13,20].
Abstract: A Mississippi kite (Ictinia mississippiensis) was presented to the Wildlife Hospital of Louisiana, School of Veterinary Medicine, Louisiana State University, for an inability to fly and was subsequently diagnosed with a minimally displaced, closed, simple, short oblique, diaphyseal
fracture of the distal third of the right ulna.
These fractures are characteristically simple transverse or oblique fractures and come along with hypertrophy in diaphyseal
1) Patients with diaphyseal
infarction due to sickle cell disease have an increased predilection for infection with Salmonella organisms, (1) though S.
1) The femur is the most frequently affected skeletal site, with diaphyseal
involvement in young children and juxtametaphyseal involvement in older children and adults.
dysplasia, also known as Camurati-Engelmann disease (CED), is a rare autosomal dominant bone disorder caused by mutations in the transforming growth factor beta 1 (TGF- [beta]1) gene and characterized by cortical thickening of the diaphysis of tubular bones with sparing of the epiphysis and low bone mineral density.