juxta-articular

juxta-articular

(jŭks″tă-ăr-tĭk′ū-lăr) [″ + articulus, joint]
Situated close to a joint.
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juxta-articular

Adjacent to a joint.
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Reconstruction of juxta-articular huge defects of distal femur with vascularized fibular bone graft and Ilizarov's distraction osteogenesis.
In terms of pathogenesis, juxta-articular demineralization, local bone destruction, and periosteal new bone formation occur because of reactive hyperemia at the beginning of the disease.
In short, this system identifies PsA based on the presence of [greater than or equal to] 3 points by scoring for current evidence of psoriasis, 2 points; and a personal history or a family history of psoriasis, typical psoriatic nail, a negative test result for the presence of rheumatoid factor, current dactylitis, or radiographic evidence of juxta-articular new bone formation, 1 point each.
Juxta-articular fractures of tibia are usually associated with severe soft tissue damage with or without compounding.
RA produces local or juxta-articular and generalised bone loss.
The differential diagnosis of intramuscular myxomas includes also aggressive angiomyxoma, myxoid neurofibroma, myxoid liposarcoma, cellular or juxta-articular myxoma, and nodular fasciitis [18, 19].
Stout described lesions as either capillary, cavernous, mixed, or venous, (22) while Jacobs and Lee differentiated between juxta-articular and intra-articular nodules.
Vaso-occlusive events lead to infarction of metaphyseal, diaphyseal bone and to osteonecrosis of juxta-articular bone.
This results in chronic synovial inflammation with loss of the articular cartilage and erosion of juxta-articular bone.
When osteoid osteomas appear in these locations, they tend to be intra-articular or juxta-articular and detection of the lesion on plain radiographs may be challenging related to the bone anatomy and overlapping structures.
NEOBONE[R] has already been used clinically in the field of orthopedic surgery, including for osteonecrosis of the femoral condyle, juxta-articular intraosseous lesions of rheumatoid arthritis, and benign bone tumor, and good clinical results have been reported [9-11].
Other advantages include the biologic incorporation (at least partial) of the graft and the preservation of the joint, the juxta-articular bone, and the growth plates [8].