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735 Possible Causes for Stress Fracture

  • Obesity

    Abstract OBJECTIVE: The primary aim of this study was to assess the relationship between adenovirus 36 (AD36)-specific antibodies and obesity in children. METHODS: A cross-sectional study of children 8 to 18 years of age was performed. Children were classified according to BMI percentile as nonobese ( RESULTS: A[…][]

  • Fracture

    What Is a Stress Fracture? A stress is a tiny crack in a bone. What Causes Stress Fractures?[] Stress fractures tend to occur in runners' pelvic areas, legs or feet. Stress Reaction Versus Stress Fracture A stress reaction is the precursor to a stress fracture.[] […] them to future stress fractures.[]

  • Morbid Obesity

    INTRODUCTION: Visceral adiposity is associated with decreased serum adiponectin levels, peripheral resistance to insulin and an increased risk of cardio-metabolic complications. However, the link between adiponectin expression in visceral adipose tissue (VAT), its serum levels and metabolic protection is controversial.[…][]

  • Chronic Kidney Insufficiency

    Chronic kidney insufficiency affects a significant number of individuals in the developed countries, particularly the United States. The progressive nature of the disease and a substantial reduction in the quality of life over the period of time are the primary reasons why an early diagnosis is crucial. Anemia,[…][]

  • Spondylolisthesis

    For pedicle fractures the literature review reports several different etiologies: spontaneous fractures, hereditary fractures or stress-related fractures.[] If the stress fracture is only on one side, standing on the ipsilateral leg produces more pain.[] This can lead to a stress fracture on one or both sides of the vertebra. A stress fracture can cause a spinal bone to become weak and shift out of place.[]

  • Supination Injury

    Stress Fractures Stress fractures – as the name suggests – are tiny fractures in bones which are caused by excessive stresses and forces acting on bones, which are normally[] Supinators may also experience a stress fracture on the fibula, which is the outside bone on your lower leg.[] Less commonly, supinators may also experience stress fractures in the fibula, the outside bone on the lower leg.[]

  • Osteomyelitis

    Unlike in simple stress fracture, long-term antibiotic administration and drainage surgery were required to suppress the inflammation.[] This creates a stress raiser which may lead to a septic pathological fracture.[] Neoplasm Bone contusion Nondisplaced fracture (traumatic or stress) Sickle cell crisis Histiocytosis X Inflammation in severe arthritis Autoinflammatory diseases Sarcoidosis[]

  • Metatarsalgia

    The condition includes many different entities, such as interdigital neuroma, synovitis or metatarsophalangeal joint instability, Freiberg infarction, stress fractures, and[] These failures have subsequently led to lesions under the adjacent metatarsal heads, stress fractures, flail toes, and other postoperative pathology.[] Pathology Etiology Common causes include 1,2 : interdigital (Morton) neuroma Freiberg infraction stress fractures involving the foot intermetatarsal bursitis adventitial bursitis[]

  • Metatarsal Fracture

    Stress Fractures: The metatarsals are the second most common location after the tibia (the lower leg bone), for stress fractures. Stress fractures appear gradually.[] […] them to future stress fractures.[] Managing common stress fractures: let risk level guide management. Phys Sports Med. 1998. 26(8):39-47. Burr DB. Bone, exercise, and stress fractures.[]

  • Senile Osteoporosis

    […] tibia or fibula 733.94 Stress fracture of the metatarsals 733.95 Stress fracture of other bone 733.96 Stress fracture of femoral neck 733.97 Stress fracture of shaft of femur[] 733.82 Nonunion of fracture 733.90 Disorder of bone and cartilage, unspecified 733.91 Arrest of bone development or growth 733.92 Chondromalacia 733.93 Stress fracture of[] 733.98 Stress fracture of pelvis 733.99 Other disorders of bone and cartilage This page was last updated on: 10/1/2014[]

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