osteonecrosis

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Related to osteochondrosis: osteochondritis
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os·te·o·ne·cro·sis

n. osteonecrosis, destrucción y deteorización completa de tejido óseo.

osteonecrosis

n osteonecrosis f
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(13) produced a retrospective paper on 176 individuals with osteochondrosis of the humeral capitellum.
16, 2019 with a clinical diagnosis: Insufficiency syndrome in the vertebro-basilar arterial system (pinching of the neck vessels, which leads to dizziness, headaches), osteochondrosis of the cervical spine the spine.
The high individual growth rate can cause leg problems such as osteochondrosis [22,23].
Elbow dysplasia and osteochondrosis collectively lead to the development of arthritis (osteoarthritis).
Osteochondrosis was responsible for the highest rate of time-loss (323 days; n = 34), accounting for 16% of all time-loss injuries.
Platelets' Functional Peculiarities in Persons of the Second Mature Age with Spinal Column Osteochondrosis of the Second Degree.
Glard, "Bilateral osteochondrosis of the distal tibial epiphysis: a case report," Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics B, vol.
Scheuermann's disease, a juvenile osteochondrosis of the spine, has a 0.4-8.3% incidence in the general population, being more frequent in male adolescents.
The canine conditions shown to improve with ESWT include osteoarthritis, hip and elbow dysplasia, chronic back pain, osteochondrosis lesions, sesamoiditis (degeneration of small bones in the foot that causes persistent lameness, especially in racing Greyhounds and Rottweilers), tendon injuries, lick granulomas, cruciate ligament injuries, nonunion or delayed-healing bone fractures, and painful scar tissue.
Ganswindt et al., "Degenerative inter-vertebral disc disease osteochondrosis intervertebralis in Europe: prevalence, geographic variation and radiological correlates in men and women aged 50 and over," Rheumatology, vol.
Roy, "Osteochondrosis of the humeral capitellum," The American Journal of Sports Medicine, vol.