Prominent publications by Takafumi Onga
Tendinitis of the long head of the biceps brachii muscle is commonly seen in athletes who do repetitive overhead motions. Common causes of biceps tendinitis include impingement syndrome, subluxation of the biceps tendon, and attrition tendinitis, whereas biceps tendinitis secondary to a bone neoplasm is rare. A case of biceps tendinitis caused by an osteochondroma arising in the left humeral bicipital groove in a 25-year-old male baseball player is reported. The tumor was hook-shaped, ...
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Key People For Benign Bone Tumours
Takafumi Onga:Expert Impact
Concepts for whichTakafumi Ongahas direct influence:Benign bone tumours, Bone tumours, Benign bone, Tendinitis caused, Long head, Male osteochondroma, Biceps tendon, Humans humerus.
Takafumi Onga:KOL impact
Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Takafumi Onga has influence:Proximal humerus, Cortical window, Cancellous allografts, Benign lytic lesions, Bone grafting, Radiographic joint degeneration, External fixation.
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