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Factors affecting the physiology of intraosseous pressure measurement

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Purpose Intraosseous pressure (IOP) has been studied for 50 or more years and is of interest in diseases such as osteoarthritis and osteonecrosis and in bone pain. IOP in cancellous bone has usually been thought to have a static value due to venous back pressure or tissue turgor. We measured IOP in patients before surgery but the results varied. We therefore set out to assess factors which might influence the physiology of IOP at rest in healthy subchondral cancellous bone in a standardized...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
MSD
Department:
NDORMS
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Author
Publisher:
Osteoarthritis Research Society International
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Publication date:
2016-03-31
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626343
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2016-06-07

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