Nonarticular osteochondroses.

  • Jay Katz
  • Published 1981 in Clinical orthopaedics and related research

Abstract

Nonarticular osteochondroses represent disordered enchondral ossification of epiphysis or apophysis at specific sites of muscle/tendon insertions or ligament attachments. Traditionally, osteochondroses have been identified by eponymic proper names. A generic classification is based upon the relationship of excessive or repetitive traction in occasional… (More)

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