Osteochondrosis is a general term used to describe leg problems in pigs and is the main cause of leg weakness. Osteochondrosis is the descriptive term given to a group of disorders that affect the progress of bone growth by bone necrosis. The purpose of research is on the basis of the analysis of clinical and anatomo- functional results of operative treatment of the patients with lumbar osteochondrosis to develop and to introduce in clinical practice orthopedic approaches of surgical treatment for the patients of this category, which directed to correction and stabilization of. Although the exact cause is unknown, excessive nutrition, rapid growth, trauma. Osteochondrosis is a developmental disorder of medium and large rapidly growing dogs that is characterized by abnormal endochondral ossification of epiphyseal cartilage in the shoulder, elbow, stifle, and hock joints. Dec 12, · Osteochondrosis is a self- limiting developmental derangement of normal bone growth, primarily involving the centers of ossification in the epiphysis. Osteocondroză e. Histologically, osteochondrosis is characterized by persistence of chondrocytes in the mid to late hypertrophic zone with failure of vascular invasion and subsequent osteogenesis. Osteochondrosis is almost exclusively found in children and teenagers up to around age 20.
It usually begins in childhood as a degenerative or necrotic condition. The singular term is. Osteochondroses can also occur as a result of athletic activity and sports injuries.
Osteochondrosis is a failure of normal endochondral ossification, resulting in thickening and retention of the hypertrophic zone of the growth cartilage. Osteochondrosis is a family of orthopedic diseases of the joint that occur in children, adolescents and other rapidly growing animals, particularly pigs, horses, dogs, and broiler chickens. These lesions may be precipitated by abnormal chondrocyte. Osteochondroses is a group of diseases of children and adolescents in which localized tissue death ( necrosis) occurs, usually followed by full regeneration of healthy bone tissue. It is only seen in children and adolescents who are still growing.