osteoarticular

osteoarticular

[-artik′yələr]
pertaining to or affecting bones and joints.
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2 cases of osteoarticular tuberculosis infection are presented (one in the talus and the other in the spine) in seemingly healthy patients having no epidemic antecedents.
CryoLife also announced that it has signed a series of agreements with AlloSource, Denver, CO to distribute AlloSource processed, fresh osteoarticular (OA) grafts and fresh-frozen tibialis tendon allografts.
MANY WOMEN WITH SEVERE OSTEOARticular pain are not taking enough pain medication, suggests a study at the National Institute on Aging (NIA).
Servier therapeutic research fields are cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, neuropsychiatric disorders, cancer, and osteoarticular diseases.
Implementing agency : Spitalulul Clinic De Ortopedie Traumatologie i Tbc Osteoarticular Foior
Comparison of various microbiological tests including polymerase chain reaction for the diagnosis of osteoarticular tuberculosis.
The obsolete term chronic Q fever should be abandoned to prevent confusion between endocarditis, vascular infections, osteoarticular infections, lymphadenitis, genital infection, and pericarditis, which occurred in 68%, 20%, 7%, 6%, 3%, and 1%, respectively, of 494 patients with persistent focalized infection(s) who we followed during 2007-2015 at the French National Referral Center for Q Fever in Marseille, France (unpub.
EOS imaging designs, develops and markets EOS, a medical imaging system dedicated to osteoarticular pathologies and orthopaedics, as well as associated solutions.
Osteoarticular Involvement in Tuberculosis: A Case Report
O registro das condicoes de saude foi feito mediante o questionamento sobre a presenca de deficit visual, Hipertensao Arterial Sistemica (HAS), Doenca Osteoarticular (DOA), Diabetes Mellitus (DM), cardiopatia e comorbidade, isto e, a associacao de pelo menos duas dessas patologias ou outras no mesmo individuo.
One can use vascularised fibula, non vascularised fibula, custom made prosthesis or osteoarticular allograft (8,6,9,10,11,12,7,13,14,17,15,18)