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enthesopathy and desmitis of the SMC ligament. A severe enthesopathy at the attachment of the SMC ligament on the proximal medial (M) aspect of the radius (arrow) is evident on this image. Figure 2— Craniocaudal radiographic view of the cubital joint

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-certified radiologist. Category 1 diagnoses included proximal suspensory desmitis or desmopathy (PSD) only. Category 2 diagnoses included PSD with concurrent enthesopathy, avulsion of MC3, or fissure fracture of proximal MC3. Category 3 diagnoses included either a

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heterogeneous echogenicity of the tendon of the gluteus superficialis muscle, indicating enthesopathy. 1 = Femur. 1a = Third trochanter. 2 = Quadriceps femoris muscle. 3 = Gluteus superficialis muscle. 3a = Tendon of the gluteus superficialis muscle. 4

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enthesopathy, which is characterized by alterations in the bone insertional surface, including fragmentations or avulsed fragments, always accompanied by a lesion of the ligament itself. Grade of lesion severity was assigned at the time of diagnosis based on

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under general anesthesia in 8 of 14 horses in which entrapment initially failed to resolve with exercise. See page 1146 Enthesopathy and desmitis of the medial collateral ligament of the cubital joint in 4 horses Four horses with

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ligament, which revealed a radiolucent area in the caudoaxial aspect of the lateral femoral condyle with an irregular rounded radiopacity superimposed over that area ( Figure 1 ). These findings were consistent with enthesopathy and chronic avulsion

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interosseous ligament; therefore, disruption to the blood supply at the level of the nutrient foramen of the radius may have precipitated necrosis and subsequent fracture. Possibly, enthesopathy of the interosseous ligament precipitated RUIN by disrupting the

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Inc). 14 18 F-NaF PET has been particularly helpful at identifying active enthesopathy that was not necessarily identified on CT or MRI. This was for example the case with enthesopathy of the collateral ligament of the distal interphalangeal joint

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, including osteoarthritis (n = 40), synovitis (25), sclerosis of the metacarpal condyle and glenoid cavity of the proximal phalanx (2), and capsulitis (1). Of the 75 injuries in the proximal portion of the metacarpal area, 29 were enthesopathies alone, 26

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indicative of degenerative joint disease of the left elbow joint. New bone formation was also present on the medial and lateral humeral epicondyles, suggestive of chronic enthesopathies. The radiographic changes in the region of the mid-diaphysis of the left

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