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  • Osteonecrosis of the Upper Extremity: MRI-Based Zonal Patterns and Differential Diagnosis. [Journal Article]
    Semin Musculoskelet Radiol 2019; 23(5):523-533Schmitt R, Kalb KH, … Grunz JP
  • Regarding the upper extremity, osteonecrosis can relate to the humeral head and to any carpal bone, most commonly the lunate (Kienböck's disease), scaphoid (Preiser's disease and nonunion), and capitate bone (osteonecrosis of the capitate head). In children and adolescents, osteochondrosis is an important differential diagnosis at the epiphyses. Appropriate imaging of osteonecrosis depends on kno…
  • [Degenerative intervertebral disc processes : Current aspects of diagnosis]. [Journal Article]
    Radiologe 2019; 59(10):925-938Ahlhelm F, Naumann N, … Ulmer S
  • Starting with the smallest functional unit, the spinal segment including the centrally located intervertebral disc, the spine and pelvis including the sacroiliac and hip joints form a functional unit. The discs play an important role in the complex interaction between disc, osseous and ligamentous structures and the adjacent muscles. Disc pathologies are very frequently associated with changes of…
  • Growth patterns, metabolic indicators and osteoarticular status in the Lusitano horse: A longitudinal study. [Journal Article]
    PLoS One 2019; 14(7):e0219900Fradinho MJ, Mateus L, … Ferreira-Dias G
  • Development of a healthy musculoskeletal system is of high concern for horse breeders and users. A longitudinal field study was performed in order to: (i) evaluate growth patterns and long-term changes on bone quality, bone metabolism, growth factors and metabolic variables in the Lusitano horse; and (ii) retrospectively assess whether these changes were related with radiographic findings regardi…
  • Bisphosphonate use in the horse: what is good and what is not? [Journal Article]
    BMC Vet Res 2019; 15(1):211Mitchell A, Watts AE, … Suva LJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Despite the well-characterized health benefits of BP use in humans, little is known regarding the effects of BPs in the horse. In the equine setting, only non-nitrogen-containing BPs are FDA-approved primarily for the treatment of navicular syndrome. The focus here is to discuss the current understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of BPs in equine veterinary medicine and highlight the future utility of these potentially highly beneficial drugs.
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