Les principales recommandations puis un genou en valgus, et en même temps réduit la charge du internationales proviennent la Société internationale de recher- compartiment médial [11—13]. En dehors de ces recommanda- du genou et probablement, surtout du compartiment médial. Ainsi, la Société française réduire les chocs induits par la marche.
Orthèse de décharge du compartiment femorotibial médial avec tige. Vue postérieure. Orthèse de décharge du compartiment femorotibial latéral avec tige. Pour le moment, était pas encore étudiée dans des essais cliniques. Elles ne aucune évidence, ne suggère un impact fonctionnel ou struc- peuvent donc pas être recommandées .
À de chaussures appropriés. Néan- peute. Les effets traitements sont entre 0,57 et 1,00 . Le consensus a recommandé principalement, des exercices aéro- bies et de renforcement pour soulager la douleur et améliorer le statut de santé .
Les exercices faits chez soi ou en groupe sont aussi efficaces [21,22], et les patients peuvent bénéficier du travail avec un kinésithérapeute . Finalement, les exer- cices de proprioception pourraient avoir la même efficacité que le renforcement de la force musculaire [21,23]. Quels muscles renforcer? Il est difficile de répondre à cette question dans le cadre des recommandations internationales.
Renforcer le quadriceps pourrait Figure 3 améliorer la stabilité articulaire , de la même manière que Renforcement de la chaîne musculaire interne du genou le renforcement des ischiojambiers.
Pour diminuer la charge dans le compartiment médial, le renforcement de la chaîne musculaire externe du genou ouvrirait le compartiment médial figure 2. En revanche, pour la gonarthrose latéral, le renforce- ment de la chaîne musculaire médial, diminuerait la charge du compartiment latéral figure 3. Faut-il traiter le flessum? Il est important de chercher un flessum et le traiter avec des exercices de posture en extension figure 4. La troisième macologique de la coxarthrose.
Pour les techniques de décompression, la dence plus faible pour la coxarthrose [5,21].
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This method has been used as a biological control of T. The samples for this study included specimens of T. The fish reared in these ponds were originally obtained from the same stock. Not all the fish caught were measured.
Measurement was carried out at random. All the n's for all the ponds are significantly different from the expected value of 3. The n's for Ponds 2, 3, 4 and 5 are not different from each other at the 5 percent level of significance, but the n's for Ponds 2 and 3 on the other hand are different from the n's for the remaining three fish ponds.
Since the fish were originally taken from the same stock, it would appear that the differences in the values of the n depend much on environmental factors in the different ponds. It is unfortunate that the specimens could not be sexed in order to determine whether there is sexual difference in values of n. Another sampling exercise was carried out on a hectare pond which belongs to the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Ibadan, to determine the mesh selectivity of Tilapia spp.
The average length of the nets was 65 m ft. The gill nets were set overnight at the rate of twice a week and for a total of 8 months March-October Three sampling stations - one near the dam, the second at the middle of the pond and a third at the uppermost end which is the shallowest area - were chosen for setting the gill nets.
The three sampling stations were chosen in order to determine the distribution of the species and to ascertain whether any of the species concentrates in or prefers any particular area of the pond. The fish were weighed by means of a No. The pond was created by the erection of a dam across river Oba which flows north-south of Ibadan city. The length of the dam is about m across the valley with a catchment area of about 9 ha.
The surface area of water at maximum capacity is 70 ha and the maximum length of the pond is 2 m. The maximum height of the dam is The investigation shows that the dominant species is T.
Total lengths were determined for T. The 6 inch mesh caught no fish at all. The fish caught by 4 inch mesh have been the most acceptable in the market. Difficulties are usually experienced in identifying the different species of Tilapia.
At present, in Western Nigeria, different criteria are used in identifying the species. Such criteria include colour of the body, the pattern of stripes on the body and tail, the number of gill rakers, shape of the caudal fin, the shape of the pharyngeal teeth, etc.
Most fishes have a set of teeth in the pharynx. The Cichlidae are known to have both upper and lower pharyngeal teeth behind the last gill slit. The pharyngeal teeth of four of the common species of the genus have been examined and marked differences recognized Fig. The teeth are directed backwards and are slender in nature. Compared to the size of the pharynx the teeth are small.
The teeth are closely arranged and form a compact body. They are fine. The corner of the tooth-field is broad and rounded up posteriorly. The teeth are compressed with rough edges and they are fairly large. Cusps may be found in some of them. This species has the largest teeth of the four species examined. Some of the teeth have more than one cusp. The teeth are stout and thickly pigmented.
At the Freshwater Training and Breeding Centre, Ibadan, this mixed culture has been carried out several times. In one of the experiments the stocking rate was as follows:. The average length of the T. For the common carp average length was After days T. This yield has compared favourably with results obtained from later experiments in other mixed cultures of the two species.
Thus the presence of common carp in tilapia ponds did not affect the growth rate and yield of the tilapia or vice versa. As in the case of the genus Tilapiathe identification of the different species of Clarias in Western Nigeria poses some difficulties. Boulenger —16 has reported 33 species of the genus Clarias in Africa.
Irvine has reported six species of the fish in Gold Coast now Ghanawhile Reed et al. After examining the criteria used in all the literature for classifying the different species it seems very likely that hybrids do occur.
For example, according to Mills in Nigeria the species described as C. The number of gill rakers on the rajeunir meuble en chene kermes branchial arch, however, seems to preclude C.
In view of these, three main species have been identified in Western Nigeria so far, especially in rivers Ogbesse, Oba and Oshun, namely, C. Elliott has recommended that Clarias should be closely studied because very little is known about the suitability of this species for aquaculture. The culture of the mudfish, Clariaswas initiated in Western Nigeria in and the main species tried was C. The prevalence of Clarias fingerlings existing in shoals in this river was first noted during a river survey in September A month later fingerlings were collected for culture trials in freshwater ponds at the Government Production Fish Farm at Akure.
The rearing pond was 0. Feeding was started immediately they were collected with cassava grates and some table leftovers consisting of rice, beans and bananas. There was rapid increase in length and size from October to March and from August to October. Decline was noted from April to July. Large quantities of eggs were present in females from May to October.
They were later transferred to a larger pond of 1. Studies are currently under way on the breeding habits of this species. Olaniyan recalls that the common carp, C. However, C. They were all initially kept in a 0. Though they were ripe during this period, they did not breed. The progeny of this stock has since been distributed to other parts of the country.
Olaniyan has noted that despite the opportunity to increase greatly the amount of badly-needed animal protein for human consumption by introducing the carp to other parts of the country, it was decided to exercise caution and, meanwhile, to check as far as possible the ecological effect likely to be produced by the carp in Nigerian waters.
The fear was that carp might alter the physical properties of the water and the ecosystem at large to the detriment of endemic fauna. But Olaniyan has proved that carp will not cause greater turbidity, instability in pH or depletion in plankton than tilapia. On the contrary, the ponds stocked with carp showed a more stable pH and oxygen content than either the control pond or that stocked with tilapia.
Furthermore, carp stocked in large ponds on a trial basis were preyed upon by predators like H. As a matter of fact the problem now facing carp culture is its survival in ponds where ubiquitous fish like C. Attempts are now being made to revoke this law because it is unlikely that Nigeria will experience the situation that arose in South Africa Hey, and some parts of the United States Singler, Five major predators of the common carp have so far been identified in Western Nigeria.
The most active predator of carp so far recorded in the Western State of Nigeria is the African river pike, H. In October carp mortality rate of 2 or 3 per day was observed in a 10 acre 4 ha Government Production Fish Farm. All the carp preyed upon were found to have lost all their gills. This was first thought to be a gill disease, but in an attempt to investigate the cause of mortality analysis of stomach contents of the different species of fish caught on draining the pond showed carp gills in 30 specimens of H.
The carp fingerlings stocked into the pond on 14 August attained an average weight of 5. The African river pike appears to prey upon carp up to eight times its weight. Carp is a weak swimmer. During swimming and respiration when the opercles are wide open, the African river pike makes a powerful dash to bite off the gills of its prey but leaving the opercles intact.
The predator has certain features which aid this method of predation. The head is pointed and the buccal cavity is beset with powerful large teeth.
The predation rate is an average of six carp per week. The mudfish, Clarias lazera is another important predator of carp in Western Nigeria. The C. Ten specimens of Clarias examined which had no gill filaments in their stomachs had an average weight of 4. However, large-sized Clarias preyed on whole carp fingerlings. The only fish in the pond were carp, C. Analysis of stomach contents of 15 specimens of C.
These contributed to the reduction of the carp population from to 79 within 2 months. The difference between this fish and C. It does not grow large in our ponds. The largest size so far recorded was 10 cm in length and weighing 35 g.
The age was not determined. Other predators of carp in the State include the common African toad, Bufo regularisand the heron. The former feed heavily on the eggs and fry of carp while the latter feed on juveniles. Carp spawns throughout the year, but most easily during the wet seasons i.
When the fish are ripe, they are put into small breeding ponds at the rate of two males to one female, but usually two pairs of breeders are put into one breeding pond. Because of the sticky nature of the eggs, raffia palms are spread into the pond for egg attachment. No pituitary injection is applied. In order to reduce predation by B. About 15 days after spawning the fry are separated from the breeders and then transferred to bigger nursery ponds.
The carp mature after about 9—12 months and the breeders are usually about 2. The number of eggs laid per breeder has not yet been determined to enable assessment of predation by B.
The only species is G. The original parents of the population in fish ponds in Western Nigeria were collected more than 10 years ago from river Niger. Since then this stock has only bred in a 4.
Breeding of G. In the pond at Ibadan the fish has attained a length of more than 1. Field observations have shown that the fish makes large nests of grass, Echinocloa pyramidalisor other tall grasses if E. The pattern of courtship between male and female if any is not yet clear but during breeding both sexes are very aggressive and bite at any obstacle or intruder in the area of the nests.
Each nest is provided with an opening through which the fish can enter or exit. The eggs are reddish brown in colour and about 5 mm in diameter. One specimen which weighed It feeds on almost any fish fry, e. The fish has been used in the biological control of tilapia population and it has been observed in the field that G.
It feeds heavily on carp fry. The conversion ratio, however, is very high. The young of G. The most relished freshwater fish in Western Nigeria is G.
Consumers readily pay any price for the fish. It costs as much as Naira 1. The primary objective of this paper is to highlight some of the observations made on some of the fishes cultured in ponds in Western Nigeria. This by no means exhausts the facts known about the different species used for fish culture. Some of the field observations which could have been included in this paper, among others, are the breeding behaviour and ecology of tilapia, the effect of supplementary food, e.
A number of problems face fish culture in Nigeria. For example the prolific nature of tilapia has already been mentioned and more work will have to be carried out on the biological control of this fish either through the use of predators like G. An important bottleneck, however, is lack of an adequate and modern tropical freshwater experimental fish farm. The facilities available for fish cultural research in Nigeria as a whole at present are inadequate.
The Government of Western Nigeria, however, plans to establish a modern freshwater experimental fish farm of about ha of water surface. This estate when completed will have breeding, rearing, research and segregation ponds, modern biology and chemistry laboratories, fish museum and aquaria, small hatcheries, etc.
At this stage it is even envisaged that foreign technical and professional aid and advice might be needed for the research station. Of all the States in the Federation of Nigeria, Western Nigeria seems to have the most developed aquacultural practices. There are over private fish ponds in Western Nigeria covering a total of over ha of water surface and individual ponds with areas ranging from 0.
This is about double the number of ponds existing in all the other states of the Federation put together.
But despite this fact fish culture in Western Nigeria is still in its infancy. A lot of work is yet to be done to determine the economic viability of pond culture. It is a known fact that fish culture if well practised could be a highly paying venture, even when compared to other aspects of agriculture and animal husbandry.
Nigeria as a whole has a lot of surface water that could be tapped and stored for culture of fish if only more studies are carried out to enhance the success of fish culture. Elliott has noted that in view of the large unsatisfied demand for fish in Nigeria as a whole, the limited possibilities of getting fish from the coast to the teeming population hinterland and lack of an adequate fish-marketing system, it would seem that fish culture and inland fisheries, if well managed, would have a significant potential in the future economy of Nigeria.
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