coxofemoral

coxofemoral

 [kok″so-fem´o-ral]
pertaining to the hip and thigh.

cox·o·fem·o·ral

(koks'ō-fem'ŏ-răl),
Relating to the hip bone and the femur.

cox·o·fem·o·ral

(kok'sō-fem'ŏr-ăl)
Relating to the hip bone and the femur.
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RESUMEN: El acetabulo es una cavidad grande, en forma de copa, ubicada en la superficie lateral del hueso coxal, que se articula con la cabeza del femur para formar la articulacion coxofemoral. La morfometria y morfologia del acetabulo son importantes en el diagnostico y tratamiento de las lesiones y enfermedades de las articulaciones de la cadera.
Porem, a falta de forca e resistencia muscular abdominal, conjuntamente com a perda da flexibilidade da articulacao coxofemoral, contribuem para o desenvolvimento de dores lombares (American College of Sports Medicine, 2014).
To take into accout of the above mentioned amendments, the appreciation of the difficulty elements is made by reference to: the height and fixation of the shape of the jumps and the degree of opening the coxofemoral joint (the amplitude of the movement), it is difficult to achieve the incremental increase of the bodily difficulties.
Comparation between the technique of substitution of the round ligamentum by glycerin-preserved bubaline fascia lata and the use of transarticular pin in the reduction and stabilization of experimentally induzed coxofemoral luxation in dogs.
Os dados referentes a mensuracao da relacao do espaco articular da articulacao coxofemoral nas radiografias de pre e pos-operatorio estao apresentados na tabela 3.
Subsequent MRI scans of both hips revealed altered signal intensities in the right femoral head and neck with low signal intensities on T1-weighted sequences (Figures 1,2) and high signal intensities on T2-weighted sequences (Figure 3), and this suggested diffuse bone marrow edema, and a large effusion was seen in the right coxofemoral joint.
The range of motion of the coxofemoral joints were normal and painless; however, she had tenderness and minimal swelling in the posterolateral thigh on palpation.
The avian coxofemoral joint: a review of regional anatomy and report of an open-reduction technique for repair of a coxofemoral luxation.
Gahring et al., "Effect of adipose-derived mesenchymal stem and regenerative cells on lameness in dogs with chronic osteoarthritis of the coxofemoral joints: a randomized, double-blinded, multicenter, controlled trial," Veterinary Therapeutics, vol.
A 26-year-old Italian Caucasian male had a trauma from a fall on July 2014, with multiple fractures including left hemipelvis with luxation of coxofemoral joint (managed with reduction and osteosynthesis of the posterior acetabular wall), distal third of the right femur (treated with an osteosynthesis with plate and screws), and distal diaphysis of the right fibula (osteosynthesis plate and screws) along with facial skull trauma and chest trauma.
Dichas complicaciones varian desde: infeccion de sitio de puncion y colonizacion del cateter (14-20%) [4,16], trombosis de vena femoral (21%), puncion de arteria femoral (15%), y las mas raras como embolia aerea, desgarro de la vena femoral y hematoma retroperitoneal, pseudoaneurisma, puncion de la capsula de la articulacion coxofemoral, insercion en el espacio peritoneal [17]), hipertension intraabdominal y sindrome compartimental abdominal [18], mal-posicion o desvio hacia ramas iliacas (ej., vena lumbar ascendente) [19], entre otros.
Spreading to the cervical spine and arthritis of coxofemoral joints were only found in children with IL-17A levels above 15.63 pg/mL (3 children with affected cervical spine, seven children with arthritis of coxofemoral joints).