osteonecrosis


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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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Keywords: AVN, Avascular necrosis, femoral head, osteonecrosis, Royal hospital.
The inclusion criteria were small- or medium-sized Stage I or Stage II (early stage) osteonecrosis assessed using standard radiographs or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
applied curved intertrochanteric varus osteotomy to 53 hips with the diagnosis of femoral head osteonecrosis and reported successful clinical results in a mean follow-up of 6.
Unfortunately, distal femur osteonecrosis with femoral and tibial component loosening happened 2 months after completing the radiotherapy procedure.
Introduction: Osteonecrosis is an ischemic pathologic process associated with a number of conditions affecting a range of age groups.
There is only one published report about osteonecrosis in NBD.
M2 PHARMA-June 8, 2017-Bone Therapeutics completes patient recruitment for pivotal interim analysis of Phase III Osteonecrosis trial
Keywords: AVN hip, Aseptic necrosis, Free micro-vascular tissue transfer, Infarction, Ischemic bone necrosis, Pain hip, Osteonecrosis, Vascularized fibula.
However, ongoing safety reviews have revealed concerns about effects from long-term bisphosphonate use, which have been linked with a small (less than one percent) risk of osteonecrosis (bone death) of the jaw and atypical fractures of the femur (fractures that occur in the thigh bone just below the hip joint or in the long part of the bone).
Global Markets Direct's, 'Osteonecrosis - Pipeline Review, H1 2016', provides an overview of the Osteonecrosis pipeline landscape.
The cases involve amputations/fingertip injuries, anesthesia and pain management, arthritis, burns, compartment syndromes, congenital conditions, contractures, Dupuytren contracture, fractures/dislocations/nonunions/malunions, infections/bites, infections/extracasations, instability, osteonecrosis, peripheral nerve issues, soft tissue defects, tenosynovitis, traumatic injuries to the tendon, tumors, and vascular conditions, with each case including a description of the problem, key anatomy, workup, treatment, alternatives, principles and pearls, and pitfalls.
Urologic patients receiving bone-targeted therapies are at risk of developing osteonecrosis of the jaw (ONJ).