SIBOTO, GM; ROCHE, SJL y WALTERS, J. Indomethacin and heterotopic ossification in acetabular fractures: A prospective cohort study of the effect indomethacin has on the incidence and severity of heterotopic ossification. SA orthop. j. [online]. 2009, vol.8, n.2, pp.16-20. ISSN 2309-8309.. Heterotopic ossification (HO) that complicates acetabular fractures is initiated at the time of injury.19 We hypothesised that indomethacin medication commenced prior to surgery and within the first week following injury would be more effective than post-operative use alone. Over a four-year period 184 consecutive patients with significantly displaced acetabular fractures scheduled for acetabular reconstructive surgery were included in the study. Fifty-seven patients received indomethacin post-operatively only (Group 1), 95 pre- and post-operatively (Group 2), and 19 received no treatment for various reasons including intolerance of NSAIDs(Group 3). Three patients died and ten were lost to follow-up. Standard ...
Genetics, Analysis and Principles, 5/e (2015) by Robert J. Brooker, McGraw-Hill Pub.. Principles of Biology, 1/e (2015) by Robert J. Brooker, Eric P. Widmaier, Linda E. Graham, and Peter D. Stiling, McGraw-Hill Pub.. Biology, 3/e (2014) by Robert J. Brooker, Eric P. Widmaier, Linda E. Graham, and Peter D. Stiling, McGraw-Hill Pub.. Concepts of Genetics, 1/e (2013) by Robert J. Brooker, McGraw-Hill Pub.. Robert Brooker, David Matthes, Robin Wright, Deena Wassenberg, Susan Wick, and Brett Couch (2012) SCALE-UP in a Large Introductory Biology Course. This is an invited chapter in the book, Connected Science: Strategies for Integrated Learning in College, Edited by Tricia A. Ferrett, David Geelan, Whitney M. Schlegal, and Joanne L. Stewart, Indiana University Press, Bloomington and Indianapolis.. Wanjun Lan , Hongliu Ren , Yu Pang , Chuseng Huang , Yufang Xu , Robert J. Brooker, and Jingyan Zhang (2011) A facile transport assay for H+ coupled transport using fluorescent probes. Anal. Methods 4, ...
A bone induction model was used to study the effect of different pretreatments and inhibitors added to the substrate of acid phosphatise. Two different acid phosphatises (AcP) were demonstrated. The AcP of matrix-producing cells exhibited resistance to pre-treatment with EDTA while it was sensitive to tartrate added to the incubation medium. The AcP in dentin resorbing cells was EDTA sensitive but resistant to tartrate. Both resorbing and matrix-producing cells were generally sensitive to fluoride, copper and molybdate. In some of the dentionoclasts, fluoride resistant AcP was observed. The results support previous investigations on normal bone formation suggesting that two different isoenzymes of AcP exists. One of these seems to be related to matrix production and mineralization of the new ...
Due to poor pain control and significant restriction in activity, the patient underwent exploration and excision of heterotopic bone only 2.5 months after presentation. At surgery, examination under anaesthesia revealed a completely stiff right hip with no movement at all. Massive heterotopic bone was found extending from the right iliac wing to the proximal femur. This was exposed and removal of the bone begun distally. The sciatic nerve was exposed and found to be stretched posteriorly by the heterotopic bone. Almost all the heterotopic bone was excised while protecting the sciatic nerve throughout the procedure. Post-operatively, full extension, rotation and abduction were achieved with flexion of the right hip limited to 90-100 degrees. The patient received a single fraction of 800 cGy within 24 hours post-operatively as prophylaxis. On the subsequent days, the patients analgesic requirement substantially reduced and his pain was controlled with simple analgesics consisting of paracetamol, ...
The etiopathogenesis of HO, though incompletely understood, involves genetic abnormalities, neurologic injury, and musculoskeletal trauma [9]. The high incidence of radiographic HO and potential morbidity after acetabular surgery has led to the standardization of prophylactic therapies [10-13]. Irradiation and indomethacin are thought to be effective in the prevention of heterotopic ossification. According to recent studies, both indomethacin and radiation therapy variably decrease the rates of severe HO after acetabular surgery by 4% to 15% [14, 15]. However, other studies have not verified this reduction. Sean M. et al. [16] found no reduction in HO rates after acetabular surgery with indomethacin compared with placebo.. The patient in our study did not accept any prophylaxis after the first surgery, which we conclude was the main cause of such massive heterotopic ossification. Therefore, indomethacin (25 mg three times daily) was administered for 6 weeks in the postoperative period as ...
Periarticular heterotopic ossification (PHO) is a common roentgenographic finding, occurring in more than two-thirds of patients after total hip arthroplasty (THA) for coxarthrosis. In the present study, 56 patients treated with bilateral THA were analyzed to determine the correlation between heterotopic ossification on the two sides. A strong correlation was found between the grade of PHO on the two sides: patients who developed severe PHO after the first THA invariably developed considerable PHO after surgery on the other side. The incidence and grade of PHO were higher in men than in women.. ...
Heterotopic ossification, defined as the formation of bone in abnormal anatomic locations, can be clinically insignificant or devastating and debilitating, depending on the site and duration of new bone formation. There are many causes of heterotopic ossification (HO), including soft tissue trauma, central nervous system injury, vasculopathies, arthropathies, and inheritance. One of the least understood components of HO is the interaction of the peripheral nervous system with the induction of this process. Recent work has shown that, upon traumatic injury, a cascade of events termed neurogenic inflammation is initiated, which involves the release of neuropeptides, such as substance P and calcitonin gene related peptide. Release of these peptides ultimately leads to the recruitment of activated platelets, mast cells, and neutrophils to the injury site. These cells appear to be involved with both remodeling of the nerve, as well as potentially recruiting additional cells from the bone marrow to ...
Those of you that followed my recovery have probably heard how my Heterotopic Ossification has turned out. Since I am still dealing with it I think it would help others out to learn from my experience. This story is a not short, but I found that there is still very little information about personal experiences with HO online in SCI forums and websites. Everyones experience is different, and mine is certainly unique, so please read this if you or someone you know someone who is suffering from HO. This is not clinical research, but having been through the process as a patient I have learned, the hard way, many of the questions that need to be asked and how to go about dealing with this ailment.. Heterotopic Ossification is the spontaneous formation of bones in tissue where bones normally do not grow. This most often occurs as a response to Spinal Cord Injury and Amputation of a limb/limbs. In amputees it often forms near the injury site and in paralyzed individuals it occurs most often in the hip ...
Osseous metaplasia occurs outside the skeletal system in fibrodysplasia ossificans [13]. The incidental finding of bone in histological specimens, although extremely interesting, seems to have no clinical significance [8, 10]. Heterotopic ossification in colonic adenomas is a particularly rare phenomenon. There are only three other cases reported of ossification specifically in a tubular adenomas [7, 8, 12]. Osseous metaplasia can also occur in juvenile polyps [8], Peutz-Jeghers Syndrome [11] and inflammatory polyps [9] as well as in malignant lesions [1-6].. How this ectopic ossification occurs is unknown. It may be that the osteoblasts needed to lay down bone differentiate from fibroblasts or other precursor cells. Local osteogenic factors then stimulate these osteoblasts to incorporate collagen fibres already found at the site into new bone. Bone remodelling dependent on the balance between osteoblasts and osteoclasts occurs in areas of ectopic bone as it does in the normal skeleton ...
A summary of current evidence on treatments for prophylaxis and management of heterotopic ossification following spinal cord injury.
Mutant Abcc6-/- mouse as a model for heterotopic ossification following thermal injury, Thea Price, MD; Qiaoli Li, PhD; and Jouni Uitto, MD, PhD (PI). ...
A multi-institutional, prospective randomized clinical trial will be employed to determine if single dose, limited field radiation therapy (XRT) will prevent post-traumatic heterotopic ossification (HO) after open reduction internal fixation of intra-articular distal humerus fractures and fracture-dislocations of the elbow and to assess function of the elbow after XRT and no XRT. Patients will be randomly assigned to one of the two groups(XRT/treatment or no XRT/control) by a computer-generated randomization schedule. Assignment will be in a ratio of 1:1 in a complete block design of 10. Each clinical site will be provided with a separate randomization assignment for each study participant. The treating surgeon and patient will be blinded to group assignment until after operative treatment. Clinical and radiographic assessments at 6 weeks, 3 months and 6 months post-operatively will be performed. The primary clinical outcome will be the Mayo elbow performance score which measures pain, ...
Heterotopic Ossification (HO) is formation of normal bone in extraskeletal tissues, namely the skin, subcutaneous tissue and deep connective tissue. Heterotopic ossifica..
Description: OTA 2002 - Session 3 Session III - Polytrauma Fri., 10/11/02 Polytrauma, Paper #20, 4:34 PM Heterotopic Ossification Prophylaxis with Indomethacin Increases the Risk of Long Bone Nonunion Timothy A. Burd, MD; Michael S Hughes, BS; Jeffrey O. Anglen, MD ; University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri, USA ...
This condition is inherited in an autosomal dominant pattern, which means one copy of the altered gene in each cell is sufficient to cause the disorder. People normally inherit one copy of each gene from their mother and one copy from their father. For most genes, both copies are active, or "turned on," in all cells. For a small subset of genes, however, only one of the two copies is active. For some of these genes, only the copy inherited from a persons father (the paternal copy) is active, while for other genes, only the copy inherited from a persons mother (the maternal copy) is active. These differences in gene activation based on the genes parent of origin are caused by a phenomenon called genomic imprinting ...
Chest CT has a high diagnostic yield for pulmonary ossification. Kim et al16 evaluated the incidence of dendriform pulmonary ossification in usual interstitial pneumonia. In this study, 75 subjects were diagnosed with usual interstitial pneumonia by chest CT and open lung biopsy: 5 subjects presented with dendriform pulmonary ossification. The chest CT diagnostic yield for dendriform pulmonary ossification was 100%. The most common finding was diffuse ossification in the lower lobes bilaterally, sometimes associated with subpleural nodules.. Five cases from our literature review occurred in the left lower lobe, and 4 cases occurred in the right lower lobe. Histologic examination confirmed the diagnosis of dendriform pulmonary ossification. A histologic pattern of dendriform mature bone formation with marrow was seen in the alveolar spaces. Microscopic findings included identifiable marrow elements and fat, without cellular atypia. Electron microscopy revealed calcium deposits, predominantly in ...
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The incidence of HO around elbow joint is estimated to be 3% after local trauma or dislocation4 and increases up to 15-50% when dislocation is combined with fracture, and to >50% in fractures involving the radial head.4 The incidence of HO in patients undergoing acetabular fracture fixation varies depending upon what approach is used, associated injuries, open fracture and can be as high 90%.2,5-7 Unfortunately, HO is detectable on radiographs as late as 4-12 weeks after injury when no efficient therapy is available. Almost 30% of all patients presenting with HO will develop symptoms, including pain and restricted motion that may require secondary surgical procedures.8 Surgical excision is the treatment of choice for pre-existing HO, but recurrence rates can be as high as 80-100%.Therefore, prophylaxis with radiotherapy (RT) or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) is the mainstay of treatment. The effectiveness of both prophylactic therapies has been extensively studied, but no ...
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Despite years of extensive investigation, the cellular origin of heterotopic ossification (HO) has not been fully elucidated. We have previously shown that circulating bone marrow-derived osteoblast progenitor cells, characterized by the immunophenotype CD45 −/CD44 +/CXCR4 +, contributed to the formation of heterotopic bone induced by bone morphogenetic protein (BMP)-2. In contrast, other reports have demonstrated the contribution of CD45 + hematopoietic derived cells to HO. Therefore, in this study, we developed a novel triple transgenic mouse strain that allows us to visualize CD45 + cells with red fluorescence and mature osteoblasts with green fluorescence. These mice were generated by crossing CD45-Cre mice with Z/RED mice that express DsRed, a variant of red fluorescent protein, after Cre-mediated recombination, and then crossing with Col2.3GFP mice that express green fluorescent protein (GFP) in mature osteoblasts. Utilizing this model, we were able to investigate if hematopoietic ...
Bone fractures in traumatic brain-injured and spinal cord-injured patients often heal faster than in other patients. However, such patients are also occasionally prone to bone formation in soft tissues such as muscle. This process is called heterotopic ossification and tends to occur around joints. Patients with heterotopic ossification often suffer from complications such nerve compression, ankylosis, chronic pain, osteoporosis, and infections. Loss of movement can also interfere with function and the quality of life of patients already experiencing difficulties associated with their trauma. Positioning, transfers, and hygiene become difficult and even impossible, which worsens the loss of autonomy.. Previous research has suggested that an osteoinductive factor (which has the capacity to induce the formation of bone) may be released into the bloodstream following a head or spinal cord injury. The investigators laboratory has shown that a growth factor called BMP-9, when injected into a damaged ...
The heterotopic ossification of muscles, tendons, and ligaments is a common problem faced by orthopaedic surgeons. Runx2/Cbfa1 plays an essential role during the osteoblast differentiation and is considered as a molecular switch in osteoblast biology. RNA interference technology is a powerful tool for silencing endogenous or exogenous genes in mammalian cells. In this study, we investigated the effect of Runx2/Cbfa1-specific siRNA on osteoblast differentiation and mineralization in osteoblastic cells, and then constructed adenovirus containing siRNA against Runx2/Cbfa1 (Ad-Runx2-siRNA) to inhibit the formation of heterotopic ossification induced by BMP4, dernineralized bone matrix, and trauma in animal model. Our results showed that the Runx2/Cbfa1-specific siRNA could inhibit the expression of Runx2/Cbfa1 at the level of mRNA and protein. Analysis of the expression of osteoblast maturation genes including type I collagen, osteopontin, bone sialoprotein, and osteocalcin, alkaline phosphatase ...
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... is a medication from the class of drugs called bisphosphonates. Didronel slows bone resorption (the speed at which bone is broken down before it is replaced), promoting the formation of healthy bone. It prevents the bone pain, deformity, and fractures associated with Pagets disease. In cancer-related hypercalcemia, this drug slows bone resorption and thus the flow of calcium from bone into the blood. Didronel slows the progression of abnormal bone deposition after hip replacement and spinal cord injury. In osteoporosis, it helps to slow the breakdown of bone tissue.. A number of studies have shown it is effective in the treatment of osteoporosis and it was used by doctors in this country for the treatment of osteoporosis prior to the release of fosamax. It has several advantages over fosamax. It only has to be taken for 14 days every three months. It is much less expensive than Foamex and it may have less GI side effects. In postmenopausal women with osteoporosis, Didronel reduces bone ...
Warfarin, teriparatide, and iron supplements may potentially interact with Didronel. This eMedTV page lists other products that may cause Didronel drug interactions and explains why you should avoid eating or drinking before taking Didronel.
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This process uses undifferentiated cells or cells that can grow into any type of cell to make bones. The amazing thing about FOP is that the body convinces undifferentiated cells in tendons, ligaments and muscles to turn into something completely different. The body doesnt normally work this way. With FOP, ligaments and tendons and other connective tissues all go through this process of bone formation. It is normal bone, but in the wrong place at the wrong time - this is called heterotopic ossification ...
Thursday, January 18, 2007 10:30AM Dads surgery went well, but it was much more extensive than any of us had imagined. They hoped they would be able to get his arm back in place without opening it up, but that wasnt the case. The bone had calcified inside and around the joint, so they had to scrape that out. This happened as the bones started healing on their own, and due to the lack of movement of the joint. They had to put a pin through the apex of his elbow, then pins in his upper and lower arm, then removed the elbow pin once everything was centered perfectly. These pins are joined together and then stabilized with a Giant® made carbon fiber bar (eat your heart out Lightspeed®guys!) to prevent movement. After a few weeks, they will remove the stabilizer but leave in the pins. The orthopedic surgeon that performed the surgery yesterday said that there is a chance of heterotopic ossification, the formation of bones in the soft tissue surrounding the elbow joint. This could limit the ...
available for free.. This article is a review in the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery of recent events within orthopaedic rehabilitation. There is a section on Amputation Surgery including the bone bridge procedure and immeadiate post operative care. Other sections include topics such as motion analysis and electromyography, treatment of CP, heterotopic ossification, spinal cord injury, effects of diabetes on the lower extremity, and chronic wounds.. ...
Current Research: Our research seeks to understand the underlying mechanism by which adult stem cell and macrophages behaviors are regulated by micro-environmental cues during bone/cartilage tissue regeneration. Inspired by the fundamental findings in stem cell/developmental biology, we are devoted to developing novel stem cell/nano-biomaterials-based translational strategies for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. Dr. Suns long term goal is to develop novel therapeutics for musculoskeletal related diseases, including large bone/cartilage defects, bone metastasis, heterotopic ossification, osteoporosis, and arthritis.. ...
Radiation Therapy for the Prevention of Heterotopic Ossification (HO) in Patients Undergoing Joint Surgery: Timing of Radiation Therapy and Risk Factors for Failure of Prophylaxis ...
From separate conversations recently, I realized that the specifics of my paralysis and immobility are not fully understood by some persons who are following my journey with Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS) & Neurogenic Heterotopic Ossification (NHO). At first I was surprised, in my opinion I write (and speak) about my pain levels and physical limitations incessantly, in fact the instances where my finger hovers over the delete button while I mentally debate over repeating information occur often. Regardless, as the blog / Facebook page is to promote awareness of the effects of GBS & NHO and clarity is the precursor for true understanding here goes … First, let me admit that before becoming ill with GBS my knowledge of paralysis and the intricacies of muscle and nerve function was basic at best. I viewed paralysis as a one-dimensional condition in which a person was incapable of feeling or moving their limbs / body. Furthermore, the concepts of paralysis and immobility were interchangeable. Now ...
article{{APM}{16438}, author = {Tao, M., Probyn, L., Poon, M., Kreder, H., Wan, B., Diaz, P., Chow, E.}, title = {Symptomatic palliation with radiotherapy in extensive heterotopic ossifications}, journal = {Annals of Palliative Medicine}, volume = {0}, number = {0}, year = {2017}, url = {http://apm.amegroups.com/article/view/16438 ...
February 2017 - how do I record time relative to the drastic changes in my life?. 1 year..366 days..12 months..52 weeks..8,784 hours..527,040 minutes..31,622,400 seconds. Seconds! The 8 digits were best suited to the enormity of Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS) and Neurogenic Heterotopic Ossification (NHO). I was then wavering between celebrating time conquered or grieving time lost, both options had compelling supporting arguments. However, before I could decide what 1 year with GBS was going to mean for me my gran-father died suddenly and was buried on the exact date that I was admitted to hospital the previous year. It no longer felt like it was a choice, grief was over-powering.. Dealing with death is hard and when unexpected it is even harder, the regret and guilt I felt was immense. I was extremely worried about my mum and the impact my prolonged illness and now her fathers death was going to have on her mentally and emotionally. I knew that because of the huge responsibility of taking care ...
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Having just returned from round two in my battle against heterotopic ossification, what could be better that to revisit the pages of the Omega Institute 2010 class schedule? There is so much knowledge about healing in there that it seemed like a good place to go. I skipped over Boot Camp for Goddesses, A Seven-Night…
Didrocal is a common misspelling of Didronel. Didrocal (etidronate) is used to treat Pagets disease and bone problems that may occur after hip replacement or spinal cord injury.
Introduction: Diffuse pulmonary ossification (DPO), or "dendriform" ossification, occurs in the setting of chronic lung disases, particularly usual interstitial pneumonitis (UIP). It also can occur in assocation with severe emphysema or chronic lung infections. We have observed DPO on chest CT in the absence of chronic lung disease.. Objectives: We attempt to identify a cohort of individuals with CT findings of DPO in isolation in order to a) characterize the imaging appearance and b) assess potential clinical factors that may be associated with the development of DPO.. Methods: We performed an elctronic search of chest CT reports between 2000-2011 at our institution for the word "dendriform" The CT studies were then reviewed by 3 thoracic imaging subspecialists who characterized the findings. Electronic medical records were reviewed for demographic and clinical information and follow-up data.. Results: 25 patients with CT findings of DPO in isolation were identified. DPO showed dense and soft ...
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Years lived with disability (YLDs) for 1160 sequelae of 289 diseases and injuries 1990-2010 : a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2010. T Vos, A Flaxman, M Naghavi, R Lozano, C Michaud, M Ezzati, K Shibuya, J Salomon, S Abdalla, V Aboyans, J Abraham, I Ackerman, R Aggarwal, S Ahn, M Ali, M Alvarado, H Anderson, L Anderson, K Andrews, C Atkinson, L Baddour, A Bahalim, S Barker-Collo, L Barrero, D Bartels, M Basanez, A Baxter, M Bell, E Benjamin, D Bennett, E Bernabe, K Bhalla, B Bhandari, B Bikbov, A Bin, G Birbeck, J Black, H Blencowe, J Blore, F Blyth, I Bolliger, A Bonaventure, S Boufous, R Bourne, M Boussinesq, T Braithwaite, C Brayne, L Bridgett, S Brooker, P Brooks, T Brugha, C Bryan-Hancock, C Bucello, R Buchbinder, G Buckle, C Budke, M Burch, P Burney, R Burstein, B Calabria, B Campbell, C Canter, H Carabin, J Carapetis, L Carmona, C Cella, F Charlson, H Chen, A Cheng, D Chou, S Chugh, L Coffeng, S Colan, S Colquhoun, K Colson, J Condon, M Connor, L Cooper, M ...
Call to Order and Roll Call. The,MeetNo2, Government Contract Review Committee met on,Day, Tuesday,,MeetMDY2, November 13, 2012, at,MeetTime, 10:00 AM, in,Room, Room 131 of the Capitol Annex. Senator Vernie McGaha, Chair, called the meeting to order, and the secretary called the roll.. Present were:. Members:,Members, Senator Vernie McGaha, Co-Chair; Representative Dennis Horlander, Co-Chair; Senators Julian M. Carroll, Carroll Gibson, and Paul Hornback; Representatives Jesse Crenshaw, Brent Housman, and Brent Yonts.. Guests: Jerry Frantz, Ellen Benzing, Jeff Strunk, Carole Beere, Bryan Russell, Kevin Mudd, Kathy Burke, Mike Haines, Amy Monroe, Tom Stratton, Jennifer Baker, Toyah Robey, Russ Salsman, Andrew Hartley, Kathy White, Carol Weber, Patrick Shirley, and Cindy Parker.. LRC Staff: Kim Eisner, Holly Harrod, and Becky Brooker. A motion was made by Representative Yonts to approve Minutes of the October 2012 meeting of the committee. Representative Housman seconded the motion, which passed ...
Call to Order and Roll Call. The,MeetNo2, Government Contract Review Committee met on,Day, Tuesday,,MeetMDY2, October 11, 2011, at,MeetTime, 10:00 AM, in,Room, Room 171 of the Capitol Annex. Representative Dennis Horlander, Chair, called the meeting to order, and the secretary called the roll.. Present were:. Members:,Members, Senator Vernie McGaha, Co-Chair; Representative Dennis Horlander, Co-Chair; Senators Julian M. Carroll and Paul Hornback; Representatives Jesse Crenshaw and Brent Yonts.. Guests: Larry Blake, Jeff Strunk, Michelle Landers, Lisa Beran, Joe Crabtree, Carrie Banahan, Beth Jurek, Mitchell Payne, Kenneth Dietz, David Gayle, Virginia Carrington, Charlie Harman, Johnny Collett, Linda Robinson, Ryan Green, Elizabeth Whitehouse, Peggy Stratton, Therese Richerson, Bill Bell, Rebecca Goodman, and Kevin Damron.. LRC Staff: Kim Eisner, Matt Ross, and Becky Brooker. A motion was made by Representative Yonts to approve Minutes of the September 2011 meeting of the committee. Senator ...
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