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Applications include long bone non-unions, avascular necrosis of the femoral head, severe clavicle non-unions, cartilage regeneration, chondrogenesis and soft tissue repair of the shoulder, chronic tendonopathy, tendon ruptures as well as numerous applications to common, often difficult foot & ankle injuries and wrists fractures.
Mondolo suffers from fibromyalgia and avascular necrosis, often called bone death.
His condition is known as avascular necrosis, which can cause bone tissue to die because of poor blood supply.
Connor, of Renfrew, also suffers from avascular necrosis, meaning he can't run around the playground in case his fragile hip breaks.
ONJ consists of non-healing avascular necrosis in the mandible or maxilla (Morris & Cruickshank, 2006).
Idiopathic avascular necrosis (AVN) of the femur (Legg-Calve-Perthes disease) may occur in children, commonly boys between the ages of 4 and 9 years.
Soon afterwards he had a double hip replacement because of avascular necrosis, a condition where the blood supply to the bones dries up.
He covers imaging, patient evaluation, cartilage properties, the etiology of damage and the repair and regeneration processes, and a systematic approach to diagnosis, patient management, and surgical techniques and rehabilitation for all types of problems, including tibial osteotomy, femoral varus osteotomy, meniscal allograft transplantation, complex cases, intervention in osteoarthritis, and treatment of deep osteochondritis dissecans lesions, avascular necrosis, and osteochondral defects.