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Osteochondrosis of the capitellum of the humerus (Parnner's disease, osteochondritis dissecans).
The purpose of research is on the basis of the analysis of clinical and anatomo-functional results of operative treatment of the patients with lumbar osteochondrosis to develop and to introduce in clinical practice orthopedic approaches of surgical treatment for the patients of this category, which directed to correction and stabilization of the spine.
Clinically this condition should be distinguished from Osgood-Schlatter disease, which is due to osteochondrosis of the patellar ligament insertion into the tibial tuberosity.
2008) The effects of dietary nutrients on osteochondrosis lesions and cartilage properties in pigs.
A well-known Tattersalls consignor said that the use of corticosteroids had been "potentially open to abuse" for treating lameness, bone chips and osteochondrosis (lesions in joints).
Expanded abstracts touch on topics including the effects of a feed ingredient with endogenous phytase activity on phosphorous availability in equine diets, non-invasive bone assessment by quantitative ultrasonography in suckling foals, digestion of legumes in horses, and NMR-based metabonomic analysis of serum from yearlings with or without hock osteochondrosis dissecans lesions.
Freiberg's disease, or osteochondrosis of the metatarsal head, is a relatively uncommon cause of forefoot pain that most frequently affects the second metatarsal of active adolescent females.
A group of patients with osteochondrosis (15 men and 15 women; age = 54 [+ or -] 24, height = 170 [+ or -] [+ or -] 8 cm, and body weight = 78.
Conclusion after radiography: an old compressive fracture of the sixth vertebral body with pronounced osteochondrosis in this area.
Evaluation of the prognostic value of positivecontrast shoulder arthrography for bilateral osteochondrosis lesions in dogs.
Excesses of energy can cause obesity, which can in turn cause many metabolic diseases such as laminitis (founder), osteochondrosis, epiphysitis, tying-up syndrome, and colic.
Primary joint problems that can injure articular cartilage and lead to DJD include hip dysplasia, osteochondrosis (OCD), cranial cruciate rupture in the knee, and traumatic injury.