chondrocostal

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Related to costochondral: costochondral junction
Translations

chon·dro·cos·tal

a. condrocostal, rel. a los cartílagos costales y las costillas.
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Samarium-cobalt magnets embedded in unilateral blocks of acrylic were used to stimulate growth following an autogenous costochondral graft (59).
The importance of routinely sampling specific anatomic sites, such as the larynx with its vocal cords cut transversely, costochondral junction, thymus, adrenal glands, kidneys, lungs, and particular regions of the central nervous system, for the purpose of obtaining vital information is too often overlooked.
Approximately 75% of chest wall chondrosarcomas arise from the costochondral junction of the ribs and sternum.
Dual-energy subtraction chest radiography can be helpful in distinguishing calcified densities, such as bone islands, costochondral osteophytes (Figure 2), and healing rib fractures from lung nodules, and can more readily identify calcification within SPNs, obviating the need for CT characterization.
Indeed, costochondral rigidity and flexion deformity of the thoracic spine could have modified the cuff pressure in an unexpected way.
Also, the probe placement in a lying state in the space between sternum and costochondral junction is best opportunity to evaluate cardiac cavities because in this position heart Placement in near and more contact with the chest that this finding is compatible with reports of other researchers [5,11,12,17].
normal structures (prominent rib or costochondral junction, particularly in thin patients), an illusive mass (created by improper examination by pinching of the tissues), and nodularity.
The slight inspiratory pain Anne had described where the sternum joined the costochondral cartilage and vertebrochondral rib ends worsened to where the ribs and boney structures of the chest "felt tight and made it difficult to breathe".
A case of costochondral abscess due to Corynebacterium minutissimum in an HIV-infected patient.
Eighteen tender points were; the suboccipital muscle insertions, the anterior aspects of the intertransverse spaces at C5-C7, the midpoint of the upper border of trapezius muscle, origins of supraspinatus muscle above the scapula spine near the medial border, second rib at the second costochondral junctions, just lateral to the junctions on upper surfaces, lateral epicondyle at 2 cm distal to the epicondyle, gluteal region in upper outer quadrants of buttocks in anterior fold of muscle, greater trochanter, medial fat pad proximal to the knee joint line bilaterally.
Pronounced widening of the wrists and beading of the ribs at the costochondral junctions were also confirmed by X-ray.
Within the chest, anterior ribs are most commonly involved, at the costochondral junction (3).