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In agreement with the literature we did not observe a secondary centre of ossification at the acromial end [20, 21]; therefore, we cannot refer to fusion of secondary nucleus at this end.
Though heterotopic ossification occurred, we do not believe it was related to the surgery, but to the extent of the original injury.
This hypothesis is supported by the vast diversity of its clinical features, including location of the lesion (i.e., cervical, thoracic, lumbar) and type of ossification (i.e., continuous, segmental, mixed).
Penile ossification commonly causes a discharge or swelling and could lead to reduced flexibility or erectile dysfunction.
Large prospective series are unlikely to be published because elbow contractures secondary to heterotopic ossification is not a common situation.
Our case of SEDC presented with short stature, spinal deformity and leg pains and was found to have platyspondyly, kyphoscoliosis, pectus carinatum, pes planus and delayed epiphyseal ossification. He was managed with analgesics and parental counselling about prognosis, potential complications, precautionary measures, future treatment options and disease inheritance.
Ossification of the ligamentum flavum in a Caucasian man: Case report.
Regression analysis showed that duration of rehabilitation, early rehabilitation, heterotopic ossification, and deep venous thrombosis were significantly associated with FIM gain, and these factors can be used for FIM gain prediction.
(15) Ultrasound is usually only useful between 2-4 weeks and 4-6 months of age because of increased laxity in the setting of maternal hormones shortly after birth and progressive ossification of the femoral head around 6 months of age.
The reactions to President Trump's attempts to deregulate show that those who benefit from regulations and the interest groups that represent them also may prefer regulations that are sticky or a regulatory process that has at least some degree of ossification.
Ossification is seen as a white area in the cochlea and semicircular canal (SCC) on CT and a loss of fluid signal on MRI.
The magistrate also ordered an ossification test of the suspect, said to be a 17-year-old student, for the determination of his age and sought a report in this regard on the next date.