FICAT

AcronymDefinition
FICATFederative Committee on Anatomical Terminology
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A prospective study was performed by Glueck and associates (13) to analyze the effects of enoxaparin on patients with hip osteonecrosis related to thrombophilia and hypofibrinolysis (Ficat stages I/II).
Flexion intertrochanteric osteotomy aimed at rotating the intact posterior portion of the femoral head into the weight bearing portion of the acetabulum gives satisfying long-term results in young and highly motivated patients who have a diagnosis of Ficat Stage II or Stage III idiopathic avascular necrosis.
FEDERATIVE INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE ON ANATOMICAL TERMINOLOGY (FICAT), 1998.-Terminologia Anatomica.
could arrest the progression of osteonecrosis of Ficat stages 1 and 2 by enoxaparin therapy in 19 of 20 patients with thrombophilic-hypofibrinolytic disorders over an observation period of 24-month follow-up, and only 20% of Ficat stages 1 and 2 hips of patients with secondary osteonecrosis did not progress further [7].
The XIII International Congress held in Rio de Janeiro in 1989 established the Federated International Committee on Anatomical Terminology (9) (FICAT) which is the body responsible for ensuring that the majority of anatomical structures are named with a single word, that each anatomical term is as accurate and descriptive as possible and that eponyms are not used (9).
Un rau de vin, somon si pui, Ficat de ciuta cu gutui, Purcei n-aveai unde sa-i pui, Sa dai prin bat.
Hemi-resurfacing arthroplasty usually applied on Ficat stage III or early stage IV of osteonecrosis of the femoral head, characterised by crescent sign or subchondral collapse and joint-space narrowing, secondary acetabular changes (cysts, marginal osteophytes, and destruction of cartilage) respectively [17].
In a systematic review including 16 studies involving 664 asymptomatic hips, 26 cases (4%) were identified as Ficat Stage III disease, but the patients did not have pain.