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Synonyms for bone

to study or work hard, especially when pressed for time

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Synonyms for bone

rigid connective tissue that makes up the skeleton of vertebrates

the porous calcified substance from which bones are made

a shade of white the color of bleached bones

study intensively, as before an exam

consisting of or made up of bone

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In patients with bone defect more than 6 cm fibular strut graft was used along with cancellous bone graft (Figure 4).
0% reduction), whereas the same value for cancellous bone increased from 0.
The measurements were taken on the lower right canine (RC) and left canine (LC), lower right lateral incisor (RLI) and left incisor (LLI), lower right central incisor (RCI) and left incisor (LCI); in each of these teeth, 6 linear measurements were taken that interpreted the bone height in the area, the cortical bone thickness and the thickness of cancellous bone as follows (Fig.
PLA unit element with 65% and 80% porosity best fits the condition for cortical bone and cancellous bone scaffold fabrication (10).
For surgical management in group A the cancellous bone graft was harvested from the anterior iliac crests by the conventional trap door technique whereas in group B the cancellous bone was harvested from the anterior iliac crests using a trephine bone collector and mixed with Synthetic bone substitutes (HA) in the ratio of 1:1 by volume.
As described in Table 3, when each of the three rTSA designs were implanted along the inferior glenoid rim with 0[degrees] glenosphere tilt, the Equinoxe baseplate had the most cortical bone surface contact, the most cancellous bone surface contact, and the most overall glenoid bone surface contact (501.
The explanation of this result is that the screw's thread, in this position, comes in contact with a larger part of the cortical bone--with better material properties compared to cancellous bone, this way improving the fixation strength.
Measuring the cancellous bone density of all treatment substances, the E (p < 0.
Computed tomography (CT) of the paranasal sinuses revealed widening of the frontal bone with extensive medial and right lateral osteolytic structural changes in the cancellous bone of the diploe (figure 1).
Dempster and his colleagues previously reported similar results when they used histomorphometry to assess iliac crest biopsies in the TOP study patients: Compared with the placebo-treated women, the PTH-treated women had increases of 48%, 24%, and 17% in cancellous bone volume, trabecular number, and trabecular thickness, respectively.
Based on the micro-CT data, the mean cancellous bone volume was significantly higher (45%) among women treated with PTH, compared with the placebo group.
The company has applied its technologies to the development of several products, VITOSS(R) Synthetic Cancellous Bone Void Filler, CORTOSS(R) Synthetic Cortical Bone Void Filler and RHAKOSS(TM) Synthetic Bone Spinal Implant.
The reason is that cancellous bone offers a completely different type of resistance once a drill, screw or intramedullary pin has penetrated the hard cortex.
Teriparatide acts on cancellous bone, so patients taking the injected drug have dramatic increases in BMD of the lumbar spine, while BMD in the cortical bone of the radius remains stable or even declines among treated subjects, he said.
Both the spongelike cancellous bone located in the marrow cavity and the compact cortical bone forming haft are at risk of bone loss.