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avascular

 [a-vas´ku-ler]
not vascular; bloodless.

a·vas·cu·lar

(ă-vas'kyū-lăr, ā-vas'kyū-lăr),
Without blood or lymphatic vessels; may be a normal state, as in certain forms of cartilage, or the result of disease.
Synonym(s): nonvascular

avascular

(ā-văs′kyə-lər)
adj.
Not associated with or supplied by blood vessels.

a·vas′cu·lar′i·ty (-lăr′ĭ-tē) n.

avascular

adjective Without blood vessels; lacking an adequate blood supply.

a·vas·cu·lar

(ā-vas'kyū-lăr)
Without blood or lymphatic vessels.

avascular

Lacking blood vessels.
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On evaluation the complications of Avascular Necrosis, if found in an average of 12 months 2 patients (11.1%) developed.
Imagen superior izquierda (anteroposterior) y derecha (lateral): masa avascular, con desplazamiento del grupo silviano ipsilateral.
Avascular necrosis of head of femur in a patient with acute promyelocytic leukemia.
We performed eccentric laser photocoagulation on the avascular area sparing the temporal Zone II area and injected bevacizumab simultaneously.
Moreover, in OCTA study, avascular zones are more readily recognized in the DCP than in the SCP.
Parker, "Avascular necrosis after internal fixation of intracapsular hip fractures; a study of the outcome for 1023 patients," Injury, vol.
The presence of advanced avascular necrosis with femoral head collapse, poor bone stock, and advanced age should prompt the surgeon to discuss arthroplasty as the optimal treatment [35].
used autologous chondrocytes seeded into devitalized allogenic meniscal slices to regenerate a longitudinal tear in the avascular portion of the meniscus in a pig knee injury model.
The pathogenesis of avascular necrosis of femoral head (AVNFH) has not been fully understood.[sup][1],[2],[3] The AVNFH typically presents in the young adults and will quickly progress to femoral head collapse and arthritic changes in the absence of treatments.[sup][4] Therefore, hip joint preservation surgery should be considered to prevent the collapse of the femoral head or at least postpone the need for a hip arthroplasty.[sup][3],[5] The interventions include core decompression, osteotomies, and nonvascularized or vascularized bone grafting.[sup][6] However, osteotomies and bone grafting can cause severe trauma, which further undermines the femoral head blood supply system and worsens the ischemic conditions in the femoral head.
Avascular necrosis is the death of bone tissue due to a lack of blood supply.
Keywords: Developmental dysplasia of the hip, osteotomy, avascular necrosis