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Table 4 Literature on relative prevalence of osteochondrosis between physes

From: Computed tomographic development of physeal osteochondrosis in pigs

StudyReiland, 1978 [3]Hill et al., 1984 [10]Hill et al., 1985 [11]Current resultsOrder of closing according to Zeder et al., 2015 review [19]
 176 pigs60 pigs32 pigs18 pigs 
BreedSwedish Landrace, Yorkshire and mixedPurebred and crossbredCrossbredNorwegian Landrace 
Age3–18 months25–169 days1 day-old15 day-old70–180 days 
Ranked byFrequency and severityFrequencyFrequencyFrequencyFrequency at start + developed during study 
Rank1. Distal ulna
2. Distal femur
3. Costochondral junctions
4. Femoral head
5. Humeral head
6. Ischiatic tuberosity
7.Thoraco-lumbar vertebrae
1. Proximal femur
2. Proximal humerus
3. Distal femur
4. Distal humerus
5. Rib 8
6. Distal ulna
7. Proximal tibia
8. Distal radius
9. Rib 7
10. Distal tibia
11. Proximal ulna
12. Rib 6
13. Rib 5
14. Ischial tuberosity
15. Distal fibula and proximal radius
1. Proximal humerus
2. Proximal tibia
3. Distal femur
4. Distal ulna
5. Distal radius and proximal femur
6. Distal humerus, proximal radius, proximal ulna, distal tibia and ischial tuberosity all 0 lesions
1. Proximal and distal humerus
2. Distal femur
3. Proximal tibia
4. Proximal femur
5. Distal radius
6. Proximal radius, proximal and distal ulna, distal tibia and ischial tuberosity all 0 lesions
1. Distal femur
2. Distal ulna
3. Proximal humerus
4. Proximal tibia
5. Proximal femur
6. Distal fibula
7. Distal humerus
8. Distal scapula, distal radius, distal tibia
9. Proximal radius
10. Proximal fibula
11. Proximal ulna
1. Axis
2. Atlas
3. Pelvis
4. Scapula
5. Proximal radius
6. 2nd phalanx
7. Distal humerus
8. 1st phalanx
9. Distal tibia
10. Metatarsal
11. Metacarpal
12. Distal fibula
13. Calcaneum
14. Proximal femur
15. Distal radius
16. Proximal ulna
17. Distal femur
18. Proximal tibia
19. Distal ulna
20. Proximal fibula
21. Proximal humerus
Lesions more common in proximal or distal physisRelative contribution to growth according to Payton, 1932 [22]
 HumerusN/aProximal > distalProximal > distalProximal = distalProximal > distalProximal > distal
 RadiusN/aDistal > proximalDistal > proximalDistal > proximalDistal > proximalDistal > proximal
 UlnaDistal > proximalDistal > proximalDistal > proximal0 lesionsDistal > proximalDistal > proximal
 FemurDistal > proximalProximal > distalDistal > proximalDistal > proximalDistal > proximalDistal > proximal
 TibiaN/aProximal > distalProximal > distalProximal > distalProximal > distalProximal > distal
 FibulaN/aN/aN/aN/aDistal > proximalProximal > distal