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663 Possible Causes for Osteophyte

  • Osteoarthritis

    Objectives: To identify molecular differences between chondrocytes from osteophytic and articular cartilage tissue from OA patients.[] Here, the authors describe the first known case of symptomatic ICA dissection caused by a giant osteophyte due to atlantoaxial osteoarthritis.[] Growth of osteophytes is one of the best indicators of disease progression. Fractured osteophytes result in intra-articular loose bodies.[]

  • Osteoarthritis of the Knee

    The participants who had osteophytes 1 mm 2 in the right, left, and bilateral knees were 15, 37, and 57 respectively, with osteophytes being significantly more common in the[] Occasionally, osteophytes were scored, but not narrowing, and these knees were included for definitions of OA that are osteophyte‐based.[] There was an increase of the sum of joint space narrowing (JSN) and osteophyte grades in the tibiofemoral joint of 144 subjects' index knee (64%) and in the contralateral[]

  • Malum Coxae Senilis

    […] joint OA non-uniform decrease in joint space More prominent at ___ ___ aspet femoroacetabular joint OA Can happen in: - superior - axial - medial have subchondral cysts have osteophytes[] […] from the impingement osteophytes) it is probably too late.[] Loss of cartilage associated with bone features (such as osteophytes and subchondral bone sclerosis) is common among all types of OA [5].[]

  • Arthritis of Knee

    As the bone stiffens and develops bone spurs, (osteophytes) the joints become inflamed and swollen, which damages the cartilage even more, leading to pain, swelling or loss[] This bone-on-bone friction can lead to the development of osteophytes, or bone spurs, in the knee joint, which can cause pain if they increase joint friction.[]

  • Cervical Osteoarthritis

    This friction can lead to the development of osteophytes, or bone spurs.[] The term arthritis refers to the degenerative process that takes place in almost all human beings and is seen on X-rays as small bony projection called osteophytes.[] If these osteophytes impinge on any cervical nerve roots, pain, weakness, or tingling may radiate along the path of the nerve into the arm and hand.[]

  • Bone Necrosis

    […] tissue at margin Adjacent bone may be thickened Late changes are breaks in smooth contour of femoral head, destruction of articular cartilage, loose bodies and marginal osteophytes[] […] drop, Flat feet, Club foot, Unequal leg length, Winged scapula ) patella ( Luxating patella, Chondromalacia patellae ) Protrusio acetabuli - Hemarthrosis - Arthralgia - Osteophyte[] In stage IV there is progressive loss of articular cartilage and the development of acetabular osteophytes.[]

  • Cervical Myelopathy

    The patient's symptoms resolved after en bloc resection of the tumor and removal of the osteophytes. The histological diagnosis was osteochondroma.[] Surgical resection of the osteophytes was performed. The patient had significant clinical improvement after posterior resection of the osteophytes.[] Possible causes of this anomaly may be the failure of ossification or fusion of the embryological term, whereas invagination of the osteophyte may be associated with the traction[]

  • Cervical Spondylosis

    The value of the osteophyte height ratio was higher at the ONL level than at its superior and inferior adjacent segments (P 0.001).[] Four cases of vertebrobasilar insufficiency secondary to osteophyte formation at C5-C6 have been reported in the literature.[] Computed tomography (CT) angiography revealed the right VA compression by the right C5 superior articular process osteophytes.[]

  • Lumbar Spondylosis

    Growth of new bone projecting horizontally at these margins identifies osteophytes. Most osteophytes are anterior or lateral in projection.[] If osteophytes disappear, look for aortic aneurysm.[] The frequency of signs or symptoms among individuals with osteophytes is no greater than among those individuals without osteophytes. [1] Anteroposterior view of lumbar spine[]

  • Psoriatic Arthritis

    Dactylitis Entire digit currently swollen (1 point) Dactylitis history as diagnosed previously by a rheumatologist (1 point) Hand or foot XRay with new bone formation (not osteophytes[] There are large, asymmetric osteophytes (white arrow).[] […] documented by a rheumatologist (1 point) Negative test result for presence of rheumatoid factor (1 point) Radiographic evidence of juxtaarticular bone formation, distinct from osteophytes[]

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