Conventus is a medical device company developing a proprietary nitinol "Cage" technology for treatment of periarticular
Erythema elevatum diutinum (EED) is a rare dermatosis whose prominent clinical and histological features include bilateral and symmetrical papules, nodules and plaques, especially located in a periarticular
manner with chronic course and leukocytoclastic vasculitis.
They cover the clinical pathologic and imaging evaluation of the arthritides and arthropathies; the most common arthritides and arthropathies; and articular and periarticular
abnormalities that may masquerade as arthritis.
1) A total of 33 patients presented with periarticular
30) They evaluated over 2,000 joint replacements with the first half of the patients treated using a periarticular
injection of bupivacaine, ketorolac, and morphine.
New classification system for periarticular
5Mm Cancellous Cannulated Hip Screw: Usfda Or European Ce Approved, Intended For Guided Interfragmentary Fixation Of Fractures In Metaphyseal And Periarticular
Locations, Made Of High Tensile Strength Medical Grade Stainless Steel, Partially Threaded Or Fully Threaded On Interchangeable Basis,6.
Various studies in asymptomatic subjects have demonstrated the role of the sustained loading of the spine in generating pain by affecting non-contractile and periarticular
structures of it and especially the intervertebral discs, which have a very limited capacity for repair or remodeling.
Radiographic images of the limb revealed progressive, marked periarticular
osteophytosis along the proximal right tibiotarsus and femur, indicating severe osteoarthrosis of the stifle joint (Fig 4a and b).
erosive changes may be seen, particularly in joint with tight capsule (e.
The case definition of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) includes rash and [greater than or equal to] 2 of the following signs or symptoms: fever, conjunctivitis (nonpurulent/hyperemic), arthralgia, myalgia, and periarticular
X-rays of both hands showed normally outlined phalanges with periarticular
osteopenia (figure 3).