- Jul 8, 2005 Definition: Myositis ossificans is an unusual condition that often occurs in athletes who sustain a blunt injury that causes deep tissue bleeding.
- Pseudomalignant myositis ossificans mimicking osteosarcoma: a
- Pseudomalignant myositis ossificans is an idiopathic, self-limiting, benign connective tissue disorder.
- Myositis Ossificans.
- Myositis Ossificans occurs after a player sustains a severe muscle strain or contusion ('dead leg').
- Myositis Ossificans Progressiva (Munchmeyer's Disease)
- Myositis ossificans progressiva (Miinchmeyer's disease): a brief review with report cases of myositis ossificans progressiva were treated by corticosteroids.
- Myositis ossificans traumatica of the medial pterygoid muscle: a
- only the diagnostic imaging aspects of myositis ossificans traumatica.
- A Bonelike Protrusion on the Toe—Diagnosis
- Histopathologic differential diagnosis of FOPT includes diseases showing cutaneous ossification, such as myositis ossificans, extraskeletal osteosarcoma, and subungual exostosis.
- Myositis ossificans - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Myositis ossificans comprises two syndromes characterized by heterotopic ossification (calcification) of muscle.
- Myositis Ossificans
- Jul 8, 2005 Myositis ossificans is a condition that causes abnormal bone formation within deep muscle tissue.
- Myositis Ossificans (heterotopic bone formation)
- If you have a bad muscle strain or contusion (dead leg!) and it is neglected then you could be unlucky enough to get Myositis Ossificans.
- Myositis Ossificans — NEJM
- Feb 24, 2011 Images in Clinical Medicine from The New England Journal of Medicine — Myositis Ossificans.
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