Myositis Ossificans

  • Matthias Nägele
  • Michaela Hamann
  • Walter F. Koch

Abstract

Skeletal muscle ossification was first reported as a complication of traumatic spinal paraplegia over a century ago.1 The frequency and severity of this complication among military veterans with spinal cord injuries stimulated futher interest following the first world war.2

Keywords

Immobilization Oncol Radio Nuclide Sarcoma Degenerative Joint Disease 

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  • Matthias Nägele
  • Michaela Hamann
  • Walter F. Koch

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