Heterotopic ossification is a condition where bone forms in places where it should not form, usually in soft tissue.


An 'interpretation' of a medical article published in the medical journals in 2011, discussing what it is that triggers soft tissues around a knee replacement to transform into bony tissue.

An 'interpretation' of a 2009 medical paper talking about bony change of the soft tissue around a joint implant, and comparing the use of anti-inflammatories and radiation in preventing these changes.

An 'interpretation' of a 2009 paper looking at various interventions to prevent bony change in the soft tissues around injuries of joint replacements.

An 'interpretation' of an article from 2006 discussing the issue of bony changes in the soft tissues around the knee after knee replacement.



Heterotopic Ossification: A Comprehensive Review. Meyers C, Lisiecki J, Miller S, Levin A, Fayad L, Ding C, Sono T, McCarthy E, Levi B and James AW. JBMR Plus. 2019 Apr; 3(4): e10172.