apophyseal


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apophyseal

 [ap″o-fiz´e-al]
pertaining to an apophysis.

ap·o·phys·i·al

, apophyseal (ap'ō-fiz'ē-ăl), Avoid the mispronunciation apophysi'al
Relating to or resembling an apophysis.
Synonym(s): apophysary
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Sudarshan, "The effect of sustained natural apophyseal glide (SNAG) combined with neuro-dynamics in the management of a patient with cervical radiculopathy: a case report," Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, vol.
Part I: pathomechanism of apophyseal bony ring fracture", European Spine Journal, 15.6, 923-929 (2006).
The most common structural lesions were anterior atlantoaxial subluxation (30%), C1-C2 arthritis (22%) erosion of the odontoid process (18%), and apophyseal joint arthritis (16%).
ovarian sprain cysts) Degenerative Disc Disease Renal disease Isthmic spondylolysis/ SIJ dysfunction listhesis Ring apophyseal injury Hip pathology (adolescents) Stress fracture of sacrum/ Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Facet (14) Disc Herniation Fracture of vertebrae Infection Sacralization of L5 Table 2.
Keywords: Cervicogenic Headache Sustained Natural Apophyseal Glide Posterior Anterior Vertebral Mobilization Mulligan Mobilization.
To our knowledge, there is little research on the effect of the commonly found apophyseal injury on dancer's movement patterns and the challenges these injuries may pose to technical demands of dance and dance pedagogy.
The mechanical function of the lumbar apophyseal joints.
Reid S, Rivett D, Katekar M and Callister R (2008) Sustained natural apophyseal glides (SNAG's) are an effective treatment for cervicogenic dizziness.
Fractures of the olecranon are usually seen in young dogs and represent apophyseal separations of the olecranon.
Smeathers, "Human lumbar apophyseal joint damage and intervertebral disc degeneration," Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, vol.
This may be due to the enlarged Verte-Span footplates that more easily reach the weight bearing apophyseal ring of the vertebral body.
The trolley track sign derives from the 2 lateral lines of ossification representing the apophyseal joint capsules, and the dagger sign from the central line of ossification visible on the AP view.