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Injury complexity factors predict heterotopic ossification restricting motion after elbow trauma.
Duration of rehabilitation, timing of rehabilitation, heterotopic ossification, and deep venous thrombosis are also significant predictors of FIM gain.
(10, 21) In a rat model of heterotopic ossification designed to mimic severe blast-related amputation, induced wound infection resulted in a greater volume of heterotopic bone volume.
The most remarkable findings of the physical examination at age 14.5 years were the increase in number of mobile subcutaneous heterotopic ossifications and bilateral calcification of the globus pallidus in cranial CT scan (Figure 1D).
Heterotopic ossification occurred in 30 hips (14.0%), and the morselized allograft was incorporated in 27 of 29 hips (93.1%) (Table 2).
Key words: Heterotopic ossification, gunshot, avian, golden eagle, Aquila chrysaetos
Heterotopic ossification: Pathophysiology, clinical features, and the role of radiotherapy for prophylaxis.
The incidence of heterotopic ossification following the total knee arthroplasty changes between 4-42% [5] in literature.
(2) Classically, the disease is also characterized by heterotopic ossification of soft tissues, which is usually complicated by restriction of movements at the affected sites.