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1,405 Possible Causes for Ankylosis

  • Hemophilia

    Examine the weight-bearing joints, especially the knees and ankles, and, in general, the large joints for deformities or ankylosis.[]

  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorder

    […] therapeutic modality is widely used for patients with orofacial disorders, especially in the prevention or treatment of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder, hypomobility, or ankylosis[] Ankylosis In extra-articular ankylosis, the ligaments around the joint become calcified and although not painful, limit opening of the mouth only about 1 inch wide (about[] […] of temporomandibular joint M26.611 Adhesions and ankylosis of right temporomandibular joint M26.612 Adhesions and ankylosis of left temporomandibular joint M26.613 Adhesions[]

  • Spondylitis

    Ankylosis Ankylosis of several of the joints causes structural abnormalities of the axial skeleton.[] Ankylosing spondylitis (less commonly known as Bechterew disease and Marie Strümpell disease ) is a seronegative spondyloarthropathy , which results in fusion (ankylosis)[] The open arrowheads indicate marked ankylosis of the hips and sacro-iliac joints.[]

  • Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva

    Because there are no reported curative procedures for TMJ ankylosis occurring in this condition, a palliative surgical approach is described.[] As the condition progresses, HO leads to joint ankylosis, breathing difficulties, and mouth-opening restriction, and it can shorten the patient's lifespan.[] Flare-ups are episodic, with bone formation in skeletal muscle and connective tissue leading to ankylosis of major joints of the axial and appendicular skeleton.[]

  • Cricoarytenoid Ankylosis

    […] cricoarytenoid joint ankylosis fixation of the cricoarytenoid joint due to inflammation; characterized by hoarseness, cough, and difficulty in expectoration.[] Abstract We report three cases of severe voice disorder induced by unilateral recurrent nerve palsy with ankylosis of the cricoarytenoid joint on the affected side.[] Photos of Ankylosis: Ankylosis, not paralysis, despite a "not-that-great examination": Series of 2 photos Paralysis or vocal cord fixation?[]

  • Ankylosing Spondylitis

    Left sacroiliac joint ankylosis is present. Protrusio acetabuli develops in as many as one third of patients. Bony ankylosis eventually may occur.[] RESULTS: Of 104 SQ, there were 63.4% SQ with FD, 42.3% SQ with BME, 26.9% SQ with erosions, 26% SQ with sclerosis and 10.6% SQ with ankylosis.[] Extensive facet joint ankylosis and posterior ligamentous ossification produce the trolley track appearance.[]

  • Temporomandibular Joint Ankylosis

    CONCLUSIONS: The results of the present study suggest that this surgical protocol is effective in the treatment of the TMJ ankylosis and the prevention of re-ankylosis.[] Trauma is the most common cause of TMJ ankylosis, followed by infection. Diagnosis of TMJ ankylosis is usually made by clinical examination and imaging studies.[] This report is based on a case of temporomandibular joint ankylosis discovered in a cadaver during routine student dissection in the Department of Anatomy at Tokyo Dental[]

  • Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita

    Bruck [(1897): Dtsch Med Wochenschr 23: 152-155] first reported the case of a boy who had multiple fractures and joint ankylosis, subsequently only one sibship with three[] The infant had multiple malformations such as ankylosis, facial anomalies, and pulmonary hypoplasia.[] The impairment of joint mobility is often accompanied by overgrowth (proliferation) of fibrous tissue in the joints (fibrous ankylosis).[]

  • Diffuse Idiopathic Skeletal Hyperostosis

    Fractures with posterior-column ankylosis were significantly associated with delayed paralysis.[] The final MR model contained upper anterior corner fat infiltration (32 DISH/181 AS), ankylosis on the vertebral endplate (4 DISH/60 AS), facet joint ankylosis (4 DISH/49[] CONCLUSION: Intraarticular ankylosis seen at CT, an entity not included in the Resnick classification criteria, is common among patients with DISH, which implies that the[]

  • Proximal Symphalangism

    (p. 381) NOG and Proximal Symphalangism (SYM1), Multiple Synostosis (SYN1), Tarsal-Carpal Coalition, and Isolated Stapes Ankylosis Chapters provides overview of pathways of[] Abstract Proximal symphalangism, or Cushing symphalangism (MIM 185800), is an autosomal dominant disorder characterized by ankylosis of the proximal interphalangeal joints[] Proximal symphalangism is an autosomal-dominant disorder with ankylosis of the proximal interphalangeal joints, carpal and tarsal bone fusion, and conductive deafness.[]

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