juxta-articular

juxta-articular

/jux·ta-ar·tic·u·lar/ (juks″tah-ahr-tik´u-lar) situated near or in the region of a joint.

juxta-articular

(jŭks″tă-ăr-tĭk′ū-lăr) [″ + articulus, joint]
Situated close to a joint.

juxta-articular

Adjacent to a joint.

juxta-articular

near or in the region of a joint.
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When osteoid osteomas appear in these locations, they tend to be intra-articular or juxta-articular and detection of the lesion on plain radiographs may be challenging related to the bone anatomy and overlapping structures.
NEOBONE[R] has already been used clinically in the field of orthopedic surgery, including for osteonecrosis of the femoral condyle, juxta-articular intraosseous lesions of rheumatoid arthritis, and benign bone tumor, and good clinical results have been reported [9-11].
7) The fractures are typically 3-column, involving either the disc space or juxta-articular endplate.
Juxta-articular myxoma (JAM) is a rare, benign, soft tissue tumour with accumulation of mucinous material usually in the vicinity of large joints (1).
1) Myxomas can be identified in various anatomic locations and the currently recognized subtypes are restricted to the skin, soft tissues, bone, juxta-articular space, sinonasal cavity, maxillary antrum, and in organs or viscera.
The acromioclavicular joint was inflamed but with no significant destruction or edema of the juxta-articular bone.
Assign 2 points for current psoriasis, and 1 point for each of the following: dactylitis, nail dystrophy, juxta-articular bone formation, and negative rheumatoid factor assay.
CT scan is of greater utility, and usually reveals a low-density epidural cystic lesion with a posterolateral juxta-articular location.
Though not very specific, a combination of the following signs in an appropriate clinical setting (young age, juxta-articular location) suggest a diagnosis of synovial sarcoma on MR imaging: (4,5)
Recurrent hyperemia of the growing joint will cause the epiphysis to enlarge and juxta-articular osteoporosis.
Such abnormalities include the development of subchondral edema and juxta-articular fibrocystic changes within the proximal femur, usually at the site of the dysplastic femoral bump (Figure 8).