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287 Possible Causes for Periostal Elevation

  • Chronic Phase of Chronic Myeloid Leukemia

    Shima H 1, 2 , Kiyokawa N 3 , Miharu M 3 , Tanizawa A 4 , Kurosawa H 5 , Watanabe A 6 , Ito M 7 , Tono C 8 , Yuza Y 9 , Muramatsu H 10 , Hotta N 11 , Okada M 12 , Hamamoto K 13 , Kajiwara R 14 , Saito AM 2 , Horibe K 2 , Mizutani S 15 , Adachi S 16 , Ishii E 17 , Shimada H 1 . Author information 1 Department of Pediatrics,[…][]

  • Periostitis

    A middle-aged woman with recent-onset painful swollen fingers and widespread periostitis, elevated serum alkaline phosphatase (ALP) activity and erythrocyte sedimentation[] ICD-10 Code: M90.1 Definition: Periostitis refers to radiographic elevation of the periosteum in response to injury, inflammation, or infection.[] Scurvy : Subperiosteal hemorrhage with corner fracture leads to periosteal elevation and reparative bone formation that mimics periosteal reaction.[]

  • Congenital Syphilis

    Two infants with congenital syphilis and persistent hypoglycemia were found to have hypopituitarism. Hypopituitarism should be recognized as a potential complication of congenital syphilis; affected infants with persistent hypoglycemia should receive a prompt evaluation of pituitary function.[]

  • Yaws

    Key facts Yaws is a chronic disfiguring and debilitating childhood infectious disease caused by Treponema pallidum subspecies pertenue. It is one of the first diseases targeted for eradication by WHO and UNICEF in the 1950s. WHO renewed global efforts to eradicate yaws in 2012. The disease affects skin, bone and[…][]

  • Osteomyelitis

    Trueta’s cortical transudation as the mechanism of periosteal elevation is, in our opinion, scientifically dubious.[] elevation Small single / multiple osteolytic areas in metaphysis Extensive periosteal reaction parallel to shaft (after 3-6 weeks) Shortening of bone with destruction of[] Bony changes are not evident for 14-21 days and initially manifest as periosteal elevation followed by cortical or medullary lucencies.[]

  • Sinusitis

    Orbital cellulitis with periosteal elevation. Ophthalmol Plast Reconstr Surg 1987 ;3: 1 – 7. Google Scholar Medline 20. Choi, S., Lawson, W., Urken, ML.[]

  • Orbital Floor Fracture

    A malleable retractor is then placed and the periosteum is elevated from the medial orbital wall with the Freer periosteal elevator.[] Periosteal elevators were used to then dissect superiorly and then the periorbita was dissected free from the orbital floor.[] (C) A periosteal elevator in combination with a small malleable retractor is used to identify the margins of the fracture to free an impinged or herniated tissue.[]

  • Osteoarthritis

    elevation Vascular congestion of subchondral bone, leading to increased intraosseous pressure Synovitis with activation of synovial membrane nociceptors Fatigue in muscles[] […] mechanisms in osteoarthritis Pain, the main presenting symptom of osteoarthritis, is presumed to arise from a combination of mechanisms, including the following: Osteophytic periosteal[]

  • Osteomyelitis of the Tibia

    elevation Small single / multiple osteolytic areas in metaphysis Extensive periosteal reaction parallel to shaft (after 3-6 weeks) Shortening of bone with destruction of[] elevation and shell of reactive periosteal bone around necrotic center Neonates may have considerable subperiosteal spread Chronic disease is accompanied by prominent periosteal[] Visualization of periosteal elevation, fluid collections or abscesses are signs suggestive of osteomyelitis.[]

  • Zygomatic Fracture

    The Rowe's zygomatic elevator is then passed beneath the periosteal elevator as it is withdrawn.[] elevator is inserted through the incision and the fractured fragment is elevated.[] Soft tissue was dissected supra periosteally by periosteal elevator. Zygoma was reduced by a superior, lateral and anterior force.[]

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