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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22374737/analysis-of-the-sensory-innervations-of-the-greater-trochanter-for-improving-the-treatment-of-greater-trochanteric-pain-syndrome
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Birthe Genth, Monika Von Düring, Lars Victor Von Engelhardt, Jörn Ludwig, Wolfram Teske, Christoph Von Schulze-Pellengahr
In medical practice, greater trochanteric pain syndrome has an incidence of 5.6 per 1,000 adults per year, and affects up to 25% of patients with knee osteoarthritis and low back pain in industrialized nations. It also occurs as a complication after total hip arthroplasty. Different etiologies of the pain syndrome have been discussed, but an exact cause remains unknown. The purpose of this study was to obtain a better understanding of the sensory innervations of the greater trochanter in attempt to improve the treatment of this syndrome...
November 2012: Clinical Anatomy
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/9823640/-effect-of-bradykinin-on-pressure-changes-in-the-femur-head-epiphysis-an-experimental-and-magnetic-resonance-tomography-study
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T Schneider, W Drescher, C Becker, B Fink, W Schlack, M Sager, J Assheuer, W Rüther
AIM OF THE STUDY: The aim of this study was to evaluate the response of the femoral head to intraosseous pressure increases and to document blood flow of periarticular soft tissue after infusion of vasoactive substances. Beside that the value and imagery of native MRI after induced intraosseous pressure increase should be estimated for early detection of femoral head necrosis. METHODS: The alteration of intraosseous pressure and peripheral blood flow of the femoral head of beagle dogs was examined after administration of bradykinin as a vasoactive substance followed by subsequent magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)...
September 1998: Zeitschrift Für Orthopädie und Ihre Grenzgebiete
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/7326450/-radio-anatomy-of-anastomoses-between-the-deep-femoral-artery-and-the-femoro-popliteal-axis
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P Cronier, P Albaret, J Pillet
The anastomoses between the deep femoral artery and the femoro-popliteal arterial axes are clearly visible in angiographic studies when there is an obstruction of the main arterial axis. These anastomoses which allow blood to flow into the distal arteries occur especially in the femoral perforating arteries (ramus perforans arteriae femoralis) in the lateral circumflex femoral artery (arteria circumflexa femoris lateralis) and in the medial circumflex femoral arteries (arteriae circumflexae femoris medialis)...
December 1980: Bulletin de L'Association des Anatomistes
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/3314217/-superselective-angiography-as-a-therapy-control-of-femur-head-necrosis-treated-with-a-vascular-pedicled-pelvic-bone-graft
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G Schwetlick, V Klingmüller
This is a report of special operative therapy of idiopathic necrosis of the femoral head. This is based on the idea, that the necrosis of the femoral head is caused by an occlusion of the arteries of the femoral head, especially the arteria circumflexa femoris medialis. The necrotic area of the femoral head is filled up with a pedicle bone graft, which is apart from the spina iliaca and supplied from the art, circumflexa ilium profunda. From a total of 28 superselective angiographies of the arteria circumflexa femoris medialis, which where conducted preoperatively, a pathological finding was shown in 21 cases...
July 1987: Zeitschrift Für Orthopädie und Ihre Grenzgebiete
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