Extraarticular


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Ex`tra`ar`tic´u`lar


a.1.(Anat.) Situated outside of a joint.
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5] Lower pole fractures of patella are extraarticular, avulsion type and often comminuted which are not normally amenable to surgical fixation.
Surgical technique: extraarticular knee resection with prosthesis-proximal tibia-extensor apparatus allograft for tumors invading the knee.
7,9-15) The rare cases of hip or knee joint involvement have occurred in patients with NF-1 by a process of intra-articular penetration of neurofibromas originating in extraarticular locations.
The focus of this article is comminuted extraarticular distal humeral fracture.
Diffuse-type giant cell tumor: Clinicopathologic and immunohistochemical analysis of 50 cases with extraarticular disease.
Extraarticular features form a major part of disease spectrum in all variants of SpA.
What are the demographic and radiographic characteristics of patients with symptomatic extraarticular femoroacetabular impingement?
Camanho, "Loosening of the patellar component and extraarticular and transcutaneous migration after TKA," Orthopedics, vol.
Unstable extraarticular fractures of the distal radius: a prospective, randomized study of immobilization in a cast versus suplmentary percutaneous pinning.
In a cohort study from La Reunion of 610 hospitalized patients with extraarticular CHIKV manifestations, 11% presented with encephalitis, 2% with meningoencephalitis, 2% with seizures, 1% with Guillain-Barre syndrome, 7% with hepatitis or hepatic insufficiency, and 6% with myocarditis (2).