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Describing anything in which two or more persons hold equal rights and responsibilities. For example, every account holder may use the funds in a joint account (though not always independently from the other holders), and each owner is equally liable for a jointly-held property.
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In this study statistically significant relationships were determined between the BC volume and cartilage pathologies, medial plicae, and intraarticular effusion.
Hip MRI: how useful is intraarticular contrast material for evaluating surgically proven lesions of the labrum and articular cartilage?
Conclusion: Intraarticular administration of tranexamic acid was more effective than intravenous administration in terms of reducing blood loss.
Preferred intraarticular corticosteroids and associated practice; a survey of members of the American college of rheumatology.
Arand et al., "Treatment of distal intraarticular tibial fractures: a biomechanical evaluation of intramedullary nailing vs.
Positive effects were also found in comparison with patients without treatment (Bj0rnland et al., 2007; M0ystad et al., 2008); and no differences were found with the short-term use of intraarticular corticosteroids (Guarda-Nardini et al., 2005; Manfredini et al., 2010).
The trainer was fined PS1,000 after Woodacre tested positive for banned substances phenylbutazone (bute) and oxyphenbutazone at Newcastle on January 3 this year, and PS2,000 for running the same horse at Pontefract last October 12 days after he received an intraarticular injection of Adcortyl, whereas the mandatory standdown period before a horse can race after such an injection is 14 days.
(1-4) Hip arthroscopy has been described for the treatment of intraarticular lesions in dysplastic hips.
Posteriormente se evaluo la presencia de eventos de sangrado mayor, encontrandose de forma mas frecuente la hemorragia intracraneal, intramuscular e intraarticular; por otro lado los eventos tromboembolicos mas frecuentes fueron falla cardiaca, sindrome coronario agudo y ACV o AIT como se muestra con sus respectivas frecuencias absolutas y relativas en la tabla 3.