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It often refers to osteochondritis dissecans (sometimes spelt dessecans, and abbreviated OCD). The term dissecans refers to the "creation of a flap of cartilage that further dissects away from its underlying subchondral attachments (dissecans)".
The other recognized types of osteochondritis are osteochondritis deformans juvenilis (osteochondritis of the capitular head of the epiphysis of the femur) and osteochondritis deformans juvenilis dorsi (osteochondrosis of the spinal vertebrae, also known as Scheuermann's disease).
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- "Osteochondritis" at Dorland's Medical Dictionary
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- Scheuermann's+disease at the US National Library of Medicine Medical Subject Headings (MeSH)
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