coxarthrosis

coxarthrosis

(kŏks″ărth-rō′sĭs) [″ + Gr. arthron, joint, + osis, condition]
Arthrosis of the hip joint.
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Patients with any previous history of knee surgery, infection, rheumatoid arthritis and other pain/neurological conditions such as radiculopathies, diabetes mellitus, vitamin B12 deficiency, coxarthrosis, stroke, traumatic brain injury, and patients who were already receiving medical treatment for NP were excluded.
The purpose of this experiment was to help improve the recovery process in terms of reducing recovery time and increasing its effectiveness, and to emphasize the importance of physical exercise in relieving the symptoms of primitive coxarthrosis.
The inclusion criteria were: a) 18 years old or above, with b) unilateral THA due to coxarthrosis, avascular necrosis, or congenital hip dislocation, and c) nationality being a citizen of Turkey.
Three years ago, she underwent bilateral sequential total hip arthroplasty due to marked coxarthrosis secondary to rheumatoid arthritis and used a walking cane for the duration of one year.
Some of them include herpes zoster, infection, lumbar nerve root tumor, spinal instability, excessive hypertrophy of the facet joint, ankylosing spondylitis, sacroiliitis, sciatic neuritis, piriformis syndrome, intrapelvic mass (hypertrophic ossification), intraspinal ganglion cyst, endometriosis, adenomyosis, coxarthrosis, et cetera.
Blood loss in total hip arthroplasty for rapidly destructive coxarthrosis.
From his personal history, we discovered an incipient bilateral coxarthrosis, lumbar discopathy and an observation of osteopoikilosis, diagnosis which was suspected after a MRI a month before presentation.
Pathogenetic types of coxarthrosis and implications for treatment.
The value of bupivicaine hip injection in the differentiation of coxarthrosis from lower extremity neuropathy.
Imagistically he had a widened peribronhovascular interstitium para- and infrahilar and radiological signs of left coxarthrosis.
33-35) Akatov and Dreval employed obturator main branch TRF in 15 patients with coxarthrosis, but the reported technical details and clinical outcomes were not clear.
He had a history of benign hyperplasia of the prostate gland, and 1 year before the current illness, he received a diagnosis of right-sided coxarthrosis, for which radiographic imaging showed grade II changes, loss of cartilage, and subchondral sclerosis.