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Primarily, DISH affects the spine, and radiographs demonstrate diffuse calcification and ossification.
The difference in ossification of vertebrae may possibly be due the reduced enzymatic activity of alkaline phosphatase which alters calcium concentrations resulting in change in bone morphology and ossification (Sankaramanivel et al.
Key imaging and clinical features of Eagle syndrome Key imaging features * Ossification of the stylohyoid ligaments is best seen on lateral cervical and anteroposterior upper cervical radiographs Clinical features (1-4): dysphagia (i.
Surgical treatment for thoracic myelopathy due to simultaneous ossification of the posterior longitudinal ligament and ligamentum flavum at the same level.
D, Fibrous tissue ossification shown in C displayed at higher magnification.
There are various degenerative conditions which may lead to thoracic stenosis such as thickening or OLF, facet joint hypertrophy, ossification of the posterior longitudinal ligament, ventral disc protrusion or osteophytic changes.
Physiologic and pathologic calcifications and ossifications in the face and neck.
Histologic examination of the mass showed heterotopic ossification with the ballistic cavity in the soft tissue adjacent to the skin (Fig 4).
During surgery the abdomen was found to be blocked by a severe adhesion syndrome, five intestinal fistulas associated with the presence of multiple bone spicules, and by the ossification of almost all of the mesentery.
Despite the fact that variations in the ossification of the sternum of rats are common, about 95 to 100% of the sternebra is ossified at birth (Fritz & Hess, 1970).
Abbreviations OPLL: Ossification of the posterior longitudinal ligament MMT: Manual muscle testing MRI: Magnetic resonance imaging CT: Computed tomography.
The data / To determine whether the ossification bogeyman has any credence, we reviewed 361 regulations deemed "major" and "economically significant" (defined as a rule with an effect on the economy of $100 million or more, thereby rendering it automatically subject to scrutiny from OIRA) issued by the federal government between 2005 and 2014.