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Yoo Jeong Joon JJ Department of Orthopedic Surgery, National University College of Medicine, Seoul, - - 2014
This study was undertaken to determine incidence, associated risk factors, and clinical outcomes of a diastasis of pubic symphysis. Among 4,151 women, who delivered 4,554 babies at the Department of Obstetrics of Seoul National University Bundang hospital from January 2004 to December 2006, eleven women were diagnosed as having a ...
Jans L - - 2013
To determine the prevalence of clinically relevant non-inflammatory disease on MRI of the sacroiliac (SI) joints in patients suspected of sacroiliitis. To assess the added value of axial imaging of the pelvis in these patients. In a retrospective study of 691 patients undergoing MRI of the SI joints from January ...
Ayoub Mostafa A MA Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Tanta, Al-Geish Street, Tanta, Egypt. - - 2013
Osteitis condensans Ilii (OCI) is an orthopaedic mystery until now and the refractory type poses a great challenge in its management. Surgical resection and sacroiliac arthrodesis are major procedures with no guarantee of success for an unknown disease entity with a normal sacroiliac joint. The aim of this retrospective study ...
Lee Yang-Cheng - - 2012
A 56-year-old woman with breast cancer underwent FDG PET/CT at follow-up. The PET images showed increased FDG uptake along right sacroiliac joint. The coregistered CT images showed diffuse sclerosis around the sacroiliac joints, but no bony destruction, periarticular erosion, or joint space narrowing. She had been complaining of intermittent lower ...
Cidem Muharrem - - 2011
Osteitis condensans ilii (OCI) is a benign pathology causing chronic back and hip pain. Although the definitive cause is uncertain, mechanical stress is a significant factor in the development of the disease. Bilateral involvement of the sacroiliac joint is typical. We describe a case of unilateral OCI with unilateral sclerosis ...
Gemmel Filip - - 2011
A 16-year-old, nonpregnant, healthy, and sportive teenager suffers from intermittent low back pain. Pelvic x-ray complemented by bone-SPECT/CT demonstrated an uncommon benign condition called osteitis condensans ilii. In the early phase, it is of paramount importance to distinguish osteitis condensans ilii from sacroiliitis or ankylosing spondylitis. This case report highlights ...
Ozdemirel Ali Erhan - - 2011
Osteopoikilosis (OPK) is a rare, autosomal dominant bone disorder, characterized by multiple, discrete round or ovoid radio densities scattered throughout the axial and appendicular skeleton. OPK is usually asymptomatic but rarely there may be slight articular pain and joint effusions. OPK is generally diagnosed incidentally on radiographic examinations and may ...
Wagh Shrikant - - 2010
Galla Rekha - - 2009
Osteitis condensans of the sternoclavicular joint was first described by Brower et al in 1974. It is a rare benign disorder primarily affecting women of child-bearing age. Persistent pain and swelling in the medial part of the clavicle are the most common presenting symptoms and may represent an inflammatory process ...
Mitra Raj - - 2010
Osteitis Condensans Ilii (OCI) is a benign cause of axial low back pain. Although no clear etiology has been identified, the prevailing theory is that mechanical strain affects the auricular portion of the ilium and causes premature arthritis. The location of the sclerosis has been traditionally confined to the ilium ...
Deng Xiao Li - - 2009
This study aims to investigate features of different diseases with low back pain misdiagnosed as spondyloarthropathy so as to improve the accuracy of diagnosis for spondyloarthropathy. The clinical and laboratory data of 24 cases misdiagnosed as spondyloarthropathy in recent 3 years were comparatively and retrospectively analyzed. The diagnostic accuracy of ...
Jenks Katey - - 2009
AIM: To determine whether subjects with radiological evidence of osteitis condensans ilii exhibit symptoms and signs in common with sacroiliitis when compared with an age-matched control group and to examine demographic features. METHODS: The Dunedin Hospital radiology database was searched for all subjects with changes of osteitis condensans ilii over ...
Holly D - - 2009
Condensing osteitis is defined as pathologic growth of maxillomandibular bones characterized by mild clinical symptoms. The bone thickening reflects the impaired bone rearrangement in response to mild infection of dental pulp. This clinical study describes case reports of patients sent to us with radiological findings and clinical examination that failed ...
Tuite Michael J - - 2008
The sacroiliac (SI) joint has several unique anatomical features that make it one of the more challenging joints to image. The joint is difficult to profile well on radiographic views, and therefore the radiographic findings of sacroiliitis are often equivocal. Computed tomography images can usually show the findings of sacroiliitis ...
Cherkin Daniel C - - 2008
Chronic back pain is a major public health problem and the primary reason patients seek acupuncture treatment. Therefore, an objective assessment of acupuncture efficacy is critical for making informed decisions about its appropriate role for patients with this common condition. This study addresses methodological shortcomings that have plagued previous studies ...
Malghem J - - 2007
Interpretation of sacroiliac joints imaging is uneasy. Simultaneous erosions, hyperostosis, and ankylosis together make the diagnosis of inflammatory lesions. Articular abnormalities may also be induced by mechanical stress or ligament ossifications. Distribution of the lesions can help to establish a precise diagnosis. Inflammatory lesions may be located in any part ...
Meis Ryan C - - 2006
This study presents the results of a new surgical technique, resection of the medial end of the clavicle and interposition of the sternal head of the sternocleidomastoid muscle, that was used for the treatment of 17 painful sternoclavicular (SC) joints, 14 of which were available for review. The etiology of ...
Vadivelu R - - 2005
Back pain is a major cause of disability worldwide. A case of a 29 year old Caucasian woman with low back pain secondary to an uncommon benign condition called osteitis condensans ilii is presented and the literature is reviewed. Limited information in the literature combined with poor awareness across the ...
Loneragan Robert - - 2004
Peh W C - - 2001
Hsu C Y - - 1998
Osteitis condensans of the clavicle is a rare condition characterized by pain in the shoulder and often limitation of motion of the shoulder. The medical history and results of the physical examination, laboratory data, and radiographic studies (including computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging), often establish the diagnosis. Patients who ...
Jajić Z - - 1998
We represent a case with development of osteitis pubis after suffering injuries in a man born 1940. The disease has developed during 10 years. The first symptoms have occurred only after 9 years. This review represent a supplement to better knowledge of etiopatogenesis of osteitis condensans pubis.
Olivieri I - - 1996
Berthelot J M - - 1995
Two cases of osteitis condensans of the medial clavicle with an unusual course toward spontaneous resolution of clinical and roentgenographic manifestations are reported. The relevant literature is reviewed. A pathogenic hypothesis for condensing osteitis of the clavicle, ilium, and pubis is suggested. At all these sites, the sclerosis occurs in ...
Schemmer D - - 1995
The paraglenoid sulcus is a variable groove in the ilium adjacent to the inferior end of the sacroiliac joint. This study investigates the hypothesis that the groove is due to resorption at the insertion of the anterior sacroiliac ligament in response to stress. The anatomical relationships of the groove are ...
Albaladejo Blanco C - - 1993
OBJECTIVE: The description of a case of osteitis condensans ilii. DESIGN: Descriptive. SETTING: Base health area. PATIENTS AND OTHER PARTICIPANTS: A 24-year-old puerperal woman. INTERVENTIONS: Analgesic treatment. MEASUREMENTS AND MAIN RESULTS: We were presented with the history of a woman with low lumbar pain of a mechanical character, after a ...
Olivieri I - - 1990
We report the case of a man with ankylosing spondylitis involving the symphysis pubis and some intervertebral discs in addition to the sacroiliac joints. The bone adjacent to each inflammatory area showed an unusually exuberant sclerosis. In the early phases of evolution the appearance of sacroilitis was indistinguishable from that ...
Olivieri I - - 1990
Sacroiliitis of seronegative spondyloarthropathy may sometimes show on pelvis plain films findings indistinguishable from those of osteitis condensans ilii. Computed tomography (CT) can differentiate earlier than plain radiography between the 2 conditions; furthermore, it should also be possible to make this differentiation clinically. The aim of our study was to ...
Olivieri I - - 1990
In order to reduce the subjective factor in evaluating sacroiliac joint radiographs we further evaluated changes seen on standard plain films of patients suffering from Behçet's syndrome (BS) by using computed tomography (CT). Sacroiliac joint films of 20 consecutive patients with BS were mixed with those of 20 consecutive control ...
Abdelwahab I F - - 1990
A case of OCC in a 35-year-old woman is presented. Proof was obtained by open biopsy. This rare entity is benign and its etiology is still obscure. No definite association with osteitis pubis or osteitis condensans ilii has been reported. The involvement of the clavicle is invariably unilateral. The clinical ...
Servodio Iammarrone C - - 1989
The authors describe 4 female patients with Osteitis Condensans Ilii (OCI): 3 of them were pluriparous, ranging 32-36 years of age; while the remaining was nulliparous and 20 years old, with a previous trauma suffered in the iliac bone. Due to the inefficacy of the medical and physical treatment, two ...
Outwater E - - 1988
Osteitis condensans of the clavicle is a benign, often painful disorder of unknown etiology manifested by bony sclerosis of the clavicular head with an uninvolved sternoclavicular joint. The case presented demonstrates the characteristic scintigraphic findings of osteitis condensans of the clavicle. A review of the published pathologically proven cases reveals ...
Withrington R H - - 1985
Eight patients with a radiological diagnosis of Osteitis condensans ilii (OCI) had clinical features similar to those of 8 patients with sacro-iliitis (SI). The X-ray appearances may be very difficult to differentiate on standard films and discrimination between the two conditions has to be made from a combination of clinical ...
Nebel G - - 1981
A randomized study of 2000 patients (1000 males, 1000 females) revealed two forms of the triangular hyperostosis of the ilium in female patients. The hyperostosis triangularis ilii, HTI, is also known as osteitis condensans. One form of HTI concerning women under the age of 50 is called the adult generative ...
Petersen J K - - 1980
Mach J - - 1979
Dory M A - - 1978
A technique that provides a craniocaudal axial view of the sacroiliac joint is described. This technique gives information about the ventral aspect of the sacroiliac joint, particularly at the level of the pelvic brim. It can demonstrate extraarticular ventral ankylosis of the joint, which is not visible or only suspected ...
de Bosset P - - 1978
A study comparing 12 patients with ankylosing spondylitis (AS) to 25 with osteitis condensans ilii (OCI), referred to a rheumatic disease center, was carried out to determine whether OCI represents a varient of AS in women. In the group with OCI, chronic lumbodorsal pain was present in 9, 36%, a ...
Resnick D - - 1977
Degenerative disease of the sacroiliac joint is common in middle-aged and elderly patients. Its radiographic features simulate those of ankylosing spondylitis. Interosseous space narrowing, subchondral sclerosis, and osteophytosis are apparent. Although intraarticular bony ankylosis is generally absent, anterior paraarticular bridging osteophytes resemble true osseous fusion of the joint cavity on ...
Singal D P - - 1977
Using a standard microdroplet lymphocyte cytotoxicity test for tissue typing, the distribution of the HLA antigens was determined in 37 female patients; 25 with osteitis condensans ilii (OCI) and 12 with ankylosing spondylitis (AS). Although low back pain was a common feature of OCI, none of these patients exhibited the ...
Solovjev M - - 1976
Dihlmann W - - 1976
The first part of this article concerning the trianular iliac hyperostosis -- the former so-called osteitis condensans ilii -- deals with the proposed terminology. Tomographs of 40 patients were available. The x-ray morphology and the histology (2 necropsies) are described.
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