1995), 47 % of pressure ulcers are located in the area of the tuberosities
and sacrum in patients with a spinal cord injury, and these injuries may be associated with conditions related to the way in which the patient is sitting.
ESSES recommends measuring range of motion with the patient sitting on a chair or bed with weight evenly distributed between the ischial tuberosities
Although the pathogenesis of PNI is unknown, it may be related to the repetitive compression and friction of the perineal fascia between the bike's saddle and ischial tuberosities
The anatomical structures of the maxilla that were considered as important in CD prognosis included; residual alveolar ridge height and width, hard palate depth, arch form, arch size, soft palate / throat morphology, median palatal fissure, border tissue attachment levels, alveolar mucosa, maxillary tuberosities
Widths observed between the coxal tuberosities
, transversal diameter, acetabula and ischial tuberosities
, were 4.
If stable, the humeral components were cemented in place, and the greater and lesser tuberosities
repaired using a standard suture technique.
Internal fixation is mandatory for younger patients but the results are worse in more complex fracture patterns, including fractures of tuberosities
Common sites for periosteal nodules are the olecranon process, proximal ulna, back of the heel, the occiput, and ischial tuberosities
Specific marker sites were right and left temples, right and left zygomatic bones, right and left lateral sides of acromions, manubrium of sternum and inferior part of sternum (sternal body), 7th cervical spinous process (C7), 6th and 12th thoracic spinous process (T6, T12), 2nd and 4th lumbar spinous process (L2, L4), sacrum (S2), right and left posterior and anterior superior iliac spines, both the greater trochanters, clusters of markers for right and left thigh segments, both the lateral and medial femoral epicondyles in the right and left, right and left lateral and medial sides of tibial condyles, right and left tibial tuberosities
, cluster of markers for shanks, right and left malleoli, both the heels (LHEEL, RHEEL) and 1st and 5th metatarsal bones in the right and left.
A cyclist's nodule is believed to be as a result of repeated microtrauma from vibration and friction between the ischial tuberosities
and the saddle, with constant rubbing of the superficial perineal fascia against the bony structures.
Because individuals with SCI frequently spend several hours daily seated in wheelchairs, pressure ulcers often develop over bony prominences that sustain large loads during sitting, such as the ischial tuberosities
and the coccyx.
To date, no tuberosities
have been found on major roots, so 101-14 certainly is not failing as a rootstock.