but they include fracture and rheumatoid arthritis. c) Incidence of Bilateral Coxarthrosis. Fifty-seven patients (27 males and 30 females) of the total series of Insights into the aetiology of idiopathic coxarthrosis and gonarthrosis have The proportion with uni‐ or bilateral disease and localized or generalized OA is.

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Predictive factors and biomarkers for the 2-year outcome of uveitis in juvenile idiopathic arthritis: Occupational activity and the risk of hip osteoarthritis.

Acetabular dysplasia and development of osteoarthritis of hip. The study was conducted between January and Decemberon a series of 27 coxarthrosis patients, diagnosed at the Rheumatology Clinic of the lasi Rehabilitation Hospital. The medical records and available radiographs of all patients undergoing a primary or revision THR or TKR at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford, a national centre for joint replacement, between August and April were reviewed to determine indications for primary replacement.

Citing articles via Web of Science Available standard hip and knee radiographs taken immediately prior to arthroplasty were obtained from hospital records. Patients with an injury to either hip or knee which prevented them from walking normally for a period of at least 1 week were asked to identify the joint injured, the date of the injury and relate any surgical intervention to the joint following the injury.

Tables 3 and 4 show the results of the radiographic survey of coxarthrosis and gonarthrosis.

The epidemiology of osteoarthritis in the peripheral joints. Studies on dysplastic acetabulae and congenital subluxation of the hip joint. Primary osteoarthrosis of the hip and Heberden’s nodes. Once the objectives have been met, the kinesiology program becomes global and functional rather than analytical, as it aims at reintegrating the coxofemoral joint into normal movement patterns.


Concurrent medical conditions, as well as health service variations in the practice and provision of arthroplasty might have influenced the composition of our patient sample. Our study confirms the predominance of superior joint localization noted by previous workers [ 2235 ].

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Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. Radiological progression of coxadtrosis osteoarthritis: The natural course of untreated osteoarthritis of the knee. You have entered an invalid code. If extrinsic influences such as injury were predominant then differences in the localization of OA might have been expected in adjacent hips. Kellgren J, Lawrence J. Classification of osteoarthritis of the knee.

Our patients had a mean FHR of 1.

[The treatment of bilateral coxarthrosis].

The aetiology of primary osteoarthritis of the hip. Indeed, risk factors for asymptomatic OA might be different to those for symptomatic disease.

Therefore, once CART was used to select covariates, we used regression to assess the model. Radin E, Rose R. J Bone Joint Surg. The massage besides its analgesic effect also acted as a muscle relaxant. Osteoarthritis of the knee. Why is osteoarthritis of the hip more common on the right? Stulberg S, Harris W.

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Whilst all joints had sclerosis, there was none with fracture or avascular necrosis. Kohatsu N, Schurman D. Osteoarthritis of the hip joint and acetabular dysplasia in women.

Studies exploring the importance of such factors in symptomatic OA have been limited by size [ 4 ], the inclusion of cases with secondary OA [ 5 ] and the exclusion of female patients [ 6 ]. Similarities between those with coxarthrosis and gonarthrosis included a predominance of females; previous occupational demands featuring those with both heavy and light physical duties and a rise in BMI with age, comparable to the general population. Knee and hand OA have been previously associated and are implicated more often in the presentation of generalized disease than hip OA [ 2231 ].


Prevalence of knee problems in the population aged 55 years and over: Please check for further notifications by email.

Aetiology, clinical patterns and radiological features of idiopathic osteoarthritis J.

Errors could also have resulted from the overweight underestimating their weight and in the misclassification of occupational strength demands. Sign In or Create an Account. Patients were asked to estimate their: Compared with those undergoing THR, a lower age at symptom onset, previous joint injury, higher BMI and a greater occupational sum score were associated more strongly with those undergoing TKR.

There are differences in the importance of these factors to hip and knee OA, with injury and obesity, for example, associated with gonarthrosis whilst occupation and dysplasia are associated with coxarthrosis.

One hip manifested protrusio acetabulae whilst another had chondrocalcinosis. I agree to the terms and conditions. Related articles in Web of Science Google Scholar.

The severity of OA was less marked in the patellofemoral and lateral tibiofemoral compartments. Prevalence of Heberden’s nodes in relation to age and sex.

Moreover, at our centre, few are denied arthroplasty because of obesity. Steinberg D, Colla P. However, both groups manifested a mixed occupational background, body mass indices similar to the general population and a predominance of females F: Kinesitherapy proved to be highly effective in the rehabilitation of coxarthrosis patients by alleviating pain, mechanical protection of the hip joint, walking rehabilitation in total hip arthroplasty, and social and professional integration of the patients.

Email alerts New issue alert. The tendency to symmetrical disease is suggestive of an inherent predisposition to knee OA.