ununited


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ununited

a failure of union or closure, said of the union that occurs between an epiphysis and diaphysis.

ununited medial coronoid process
see fragmented coronoid process.
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those who failed to heal (remain ununited or underwent amputation).
We reported a rare case of ununited stress fracture of the first rib and successfully treated first rib stress fracture with limitation of using the upper extremity and with LIPUS treatment.
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The os styloideum is an ununited bony protuberance, located on the dorsum of the wrist at the base of the second and third metacarpals.
Treatment of ununited fractures of the scaphoid by iliac bone grafts and Kirschner-wire fixation.
Rottweilers appear to have an increased susceptibility to OCD of the elbow, plus a condition called ununited coronoid process.
England no longer exists as a nation since Mr Blair's government has ruled England is now officially redesignated as the UK, which as we all know actually stands for Ununited Kingdom.
Helfet,, Plate Fixation Of Ununited Humeral Shaft Fractures: Effect Of Type Of Bone Graft On Healing: Journal Of Bone And Joint Surgery (Br).
In our department, midcarpal arthrodesis has become a standardized technique with excision of the ununited or malrotated scaphoid, neutral alignment of the remaining carpus by reducing the dorsal intercalary segment instability (DISI) position of the lunate, and intentional fusion of the articulating surfaces of the lunate, triquetrum, capitate, and hamate, termed "four-corner-fusion.
Hey-Groves EW: Ununited fractures with special reference to gunshot injuries and the use of bone grafting.