epiphysitis


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Translations

e·piph·y·si·tis

n. epifisitis, infl. de una epífisis.
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Most of the time, brucellosis involves the anterior superior vertebral endplate, resulting in the epiphysitis of the anterior superior angle.
It is not osteonecrosis, epiphysitis or osteochondritis, as previously described in the literature.
She had had a bit of epiphysitis [an inflammation of the epiphysial cartilage plate of the long bones that occurs mostly on the front legs and is associated with growth in young horses] in her knee which wasn't a huge problem but I'd say that was the reason they didn't want her.