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The metaphysis is the wider portion of a long bone adjacent to the epiphyseal plate. It is this part of the bone that grows during childhood; as it grows, it ossifies near the diaphysis and the epiphyses. At roughly 18 to 25 years of age, the metaphysis stops growing...
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perichondrium, fibrocartilage callus, metaphysis. cells (chondroblast, chondrocyte) ... subchondral bone, epiphysis, epiphyseal plate/ metaphysis, diaphysis. Structure ...
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Introduction Wrist fractures are occasionally very difficult to demonstrate radiographically, indeed, they are sometimes ... The radial metaphysis in children ...
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Abstract Implantation of a femoral stem in a dysplastic femur ... Suitable options are distally fixed stems with small metaphysis or proximally modular stems. ...
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metaphysis - knowledge management architecture: We build software systems that handle knowledge - organized information associated with its context. Because ...
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It is thought rests of physeal cartlilage become entrapped in the metaphysis of growing bones. ... Common sites involve the metaphysis or metadiaphysis of the ...
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Learn about growth plate fractures and injuries in children. ... The epiphysis, together with the growth plate, is separated from the metaphysis. ...
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ME stands for Metaphysis and Epiphysis. ... The SH-II fracture is through the metaphysis (M) and the physis. ... dorsally with respect to the metaphysis. ...
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When HOD strikes, the metaphysis becomes generally more dense and thus more ... in the increased-radiodense end of the metaphysis closest to the growth plate. ...
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Anteromedial epiphysis remains attached to anterior tibial metaphysis. ... Anteromedial separation of the metaphysis from the physis (i.e., separation at ...
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