endosteum

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vascular membrane that lines the inner surface of long bones

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These monoostotic, painless lesions may show endosteal scalloping; however, there is no associated periostitis.
The endosteal surface had some areas of new bone formation but numerous sites of osteoclastic resorption.
There are also lucent foci of varying sizes with endosteal scalloping owing to multiple brown tumours.
Branemark studied aspects of implant design, including biological, mechanical, physiological and functional phenomena relative to the success of the endosteal implants [3,5].
She reported a minimum of 275 individuals among the 24,900 human bone fragments, and noted a high frequency of an endosteal, yawslike pathology.
As only the osteoblasts and endosteal cells on the surface of the graft survive the transplant, a cancellous graft acts mainly as an osteoconductive substrate, which effectively supports the ingrowth of new blood vessels and the infiltration of new osteoblasts and osteoblasts precursors (13).
Ozellikle 40 yasindan sonra endosteal kemik rezorbsiyonunda artis sonucu kemik porozitesi artar; bu durum kalca ve el bilegi kiriklarina sebep olur (14).
2009): Fill (the percentage of the cross-sectional area of the femoral canal occupied by the prostheses stem), Fit (surface area of prosthesis stem in direct contact with the endosteal surface), CCD angle (it was measured between the hip prosthesis neck axis and hip prosthesis stem axis), Anteversion angle (it was measured from projected line of the hip prosthesis neck axis to the transverse plane), Femoral offset (distance between femoral head center and prosthesis stem axis).
In more advanced stages, the mass becomes lobulated with endosteal scalloping and eventual cortical disruption and extension to the adjacent soft tissues.
The venous sinus is a cavity formed between the endosteal and meningeal layers of the dura.
In addition to anomalous and compressed LAGs, the loss of early GMs through endosteal resorption is another problem with skeletochronology.
A possible explanation for the disappointing BMD results when PTH is preceded by a potent antiresorptive agent is that the hormone increases endosteal porosity and promotes new periosteal bone formation, with a resultant increase in cortical area.
A possible explanation for the disappointing BMD results when PTH is preceded by a potent antiresorptive agent is that the hormone increases endosteal porosity and encourages new periosteal bone formation, with a resultant increase in cortical area.
Root-form implants are the most common type of dental implant; also known as an endosseous or endosteal implant because the implant is placed in the bone, so is unlikely to fall out.