femorotibial


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fem·o·ro·tib·i·al

(fem'ŏ-rō-tib'ē-ăl),
Relating to the femur and the tibia.

fem·o·ro·tib·i·al

(fem'ŏr-ō-tib'ē-ăl)
Relating to the femur and the tibia.

femorotibial

(fĕm″ō-rō-tĭb′ē-ăl) [″ + tibia, pipe]
Pert. to the femur and tibia.

femorotibial

pertaining to or arising from the femur and the tibia.

femorotibial osteoarthrosis
a degenerative joint disease of cattle affecting especially the stifle joint. See also inherited osteoarthritis.
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Complications associated with conjoined intramedullary pin placement for femorotibial joint luxation in a Solomon Island eclectus parrot (Eclectus roratus solomonensis).
found no changes in WOMAC pain, joint stiffness, and physical function subscales between those wearing full-length lateral-wedge insoles and those wearing neutral-wedge insoles in patients with medial femorotibial knee OA in a 2-year prospective randomized controlled study [11].
At the 6-month assessment, the subtalar-strapped lateral-wedge insole group demonstrated significantly decreased femorotibial angles, improved VAS scores, and improved Lequesne index scores compared with their baseline assessments, while those who wore the traditional shoe-insert wedge insole did not demonstrate changes [12].
Specifically, if isolated grade III PCL injuries go on to medial femorotibial and patellar chondrosis, would PCL reconstruction necessarily alter the course of events?
Instead, an insole that's fixed in place with subtalar strapping prevents the talus from moving and creates tension to correct the femorotibial angle, he explained.
Change in femorotibial cartilage volume and subregional cartilage thickness over 1 year-data from the Osteoarthritis Initiative Progression Sub-cohort.
Because results with valgus osteotomy for medial condyle involvement were best in those knees with a postoperative femorotibial angle of 164[degrees] to 173[degrees] and 7[degrees] to 16[degrees] of anatomic valgus, Koshino recommended a goal of 10[degrees] of valgus.
A similar dose of glucosamine sulfate has also been shown, in two independent studies, to prevent the joint space narrowing observed at the femorotibial compartment in patients with mild to moderate knee osteoarthritis.
CT-guided needle biopsy was taken from the femorotibial joint and the lesion of the fibula.
Merchan EC, Galindo E: Arthroscope-guided surgery versus nonoperative treatment for limited degenerative osteoarthritis of the femorotibial joint in patients over 50 years of age: a prospective comparative study.
The femorotibial angle and the lateral subluxation of the tibia on the femur were measured.
Even 7 to 19 years after osteotomy, a decrease of the ratio was noted in 16 knees with a standing femorotibial angle (FTA) less than 168[degrees] (12[degrees] of anatomical valgus angulation).