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Acetabulum

 
 
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Disease relevance of Acetabulum

 

High impact information on Acetabulum

 

Biological context of Acetabulum

  • When A. acetabulum was treated with saturated solutions of isoflurane in artificial seawater (defined as 100% isoflurane) for 3 or 6 min, the delayed luminescence (DL) was decreased and was never recovered [11].
  • During the years 1975 to 1979, 82,574 children from five counties in southeast Norway were live-born, 197 of whom were treated for late detected CDH, for an incidence of 2.4 per 1,000 live births, i.e., 0.4 promille dislocation, 0.6 promille subluxation, and 1.4 promille dysplasia of the acetabulum without dislocation [12].
  • The gene encoding the b subunit of the Cl(-)-translocating ATPase (aclB) was isolated from total RNA and poly(A)+ RNA of Acetabularia acetabulum and sequenced (total nucleotides of 3038 bp and an open reading frame with 478 amino acids) [13].
 

Anatomical context of Acetabulum

 

Associations of Acetabulum with chemical compounds

  • In a review of 377 US studies of infant hips, the coronal-flexion images, which show a coronal section of the acetabulum with the hip in flexion, were measured to determine the percentage of the femoral head that was covered [18].
  • Our studies of calcification patterns, net hydrogen ion flux and O2 flux revealed several overlapping patterns of subcellular differentiation in A. acetabulum [19].
  • Prophylaxis with indomethacin for heterotopic bone after open reduction of fractures of the acetabulum [20].
  • We saw similar histological changes in specimens of both groups, but specimens from the bone-cement interfaces of the acetabulum and femur shaft in the polyacetal group showed more inflammation and necrosis [21].
  • In seven both acetabular and femoral composites were fixed with a porous titanium fiber composite, and in the other six the acetabulum was fixed with acrylic cement [22].
 

Gene context of Acetabulum

 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Acetabulum

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