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Myositis Ossificans

Aka: Myositis Ossificans
  1. Pathophysiology
    1. Hematoma that ossifies
  2. Symptoms and Signs
    1. Similar findings as with Quadriceps Contusion
  3. Differential diagnosis
    1. Osteogenic Sarcoma
  4. Management
    1. NSAIDs

Myositis Ossificans (C0027122)

Definition (NCI) A disorder characterized by non-neoplastic bone formation in soft tissues. It usually follows blunt trauma and bleeding in the deep soft tissues.
Definition (MSH) A disease characterized by bony deposits or the ossification of muscle tissue.
Concepts Disease or Syndrome (T047)
MSH D009221
SnomedCT 44551007, 156720008, 203030008
English Muscle calcification, Myositis Ossificans [Disease/Finding], myositis ossificans, muscle calcification, myositis ossifican, ossificans myositis, muscular calcification, Muscular calcification, Myositis Ossificans, ossification of muscle (diagnosis), ossification of muscle, Ossification - muscle, Calcification - muscle, Myositis ossificans, Muscle ossification, Muscular ossification (disorder), Muscular ossification, muscle; ossification, myositis; ossificans, ossificans; myositis, ossification; muscle, Muscular ossification, NOS, Myisitis ossificans
Japanese 骨化性筋炎, コッカセイキンエン, コツカセイキンエン
Swedish Myositis ossificans
Czech myositis ossificans, Osifikující myozitida
Finnish Lihaksen luutumismuutos
Russian FIBRODISPLAZIIA OSSIFITSIRUIUSHCHAIA PROGRESSIRUIUSHCHAIA, MIOZIT OSSIFITSIRUIUSHCHII, МИОЗИТ ОССИФИЦИРУЮЩИЙ, ФИБРОДИСПЛАЗИЯ ОССИФИЦИРУЮЩАЯ ПРОГРЕССИРУЮЩАЯ
Polish Zapalenie mięśni kostniejące, Kostnienie mięśni
Hungarian Myositis ossificans
Norwegian Myositis ossificans
Dutch myositis; ossificans, ossificans; myositis, ossificatie; spier, spier; ossificatie, myositis ossificans, Myositis ossificans
Spanish miositis osificante, osificación de músculo (trastorno), osificación de músculo, osificación muscular, Miositis osificante, Miositis Osificante
Portuguese Miosite ossificante, Miosite Ossificante
French Myosite ossifiante, Myosite ossifiante progressive diffuse, Maladie de Münchmeyer, Maladie de l'homme de pierre
German Myositis ossificans
Italian Miosite ossificante
Sources
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)


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