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Synonyms for bone

to study or work hard, especially when pressed for time


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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After some years of research, Rahaman said, it became clear that the methods the team was using to build this glass would not allow for the strength and mechanical properties of cortical bone.
The purpose of this research was to demonstrate how well this type of glass scaffolding - already shown to be strong - would interact with cortical bone.
As described in Table 1, the Delta III design with the 155[degrees] humeral neck angle and the largest proximal body that resides within the proximal humerus resects the least cortical bone but the most cancellous bone and the most overall humeral bone (47.
Despite of large number of investigations, controversy remains regarding whether cancellous bone tissue has the same mechanical properties as the cortical bone [10].
The three imaging modalities can produce significantly different absolute numbers compared with each other when assessing trabecular or cortical bone structure, yet all correlate reasonably well with micro-CT as a standard of reference, Dr.
By partnering with Osteotech, CTS will be able to provide additional uses for cortical bone, which is used in hip surgeries and spinal surgeries.
The altering of bone area was also indicated by that of cortical bone thickness.
For example, the tibia principally consists of cortical bone, whereas the patella is largely trabecular bone.
NASDAQ NM / NASDAQ Europe: VITA), a leading developer of orthopedic biomaterials, has announced clinical data showing that company's CORTOSS(TM) Synthetic Cortical Bone Void Filler provides stability and rapid pain relief in a high percentage of patients with fractured vertebra caused by osteoporosis and metastatic disease.
Inside are layers of cancellus (can-sell-us) bone, which are spongy and softer than cortical bone.
There did not seem to be any change in the denser cortical bone covering each vertebra, Nelson says.
The researchers then stimulated some of the limbs with minute electrical currents, and "substantial amounts of new bone were produced, though loss of cortical bone was still noticed.
clinical development program is focused on our internally developed CORTOSS([R]) Synthetic Cortical Bone technology platform, which is primarily designed for injections in osteoporotic spines to treat vertebral compression fractures.
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Unfortunately, the technique of eccentric reaming undermines prosthesis support by removing the stronger (non-worn) anterior glenoid cortical bone.