endosteum


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  • noun

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vascular membrane that lines the inner surface of long bones

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29,30) However, he failed to recognize the bone forming potential of the periosteum and endosteum.
However, the procedure of screwing damages endosteum ([dagger]) integrity, resulting in endosteal absorption and consequent medullary canal widening, which may cause clinically unstable implants [87].
A characteristic of the endosteum where active bone modelling and remodelling take place is an increased [Ca.
Briefly, skull (frontal and parietal bones) were dissected; then the endosteum and periosteum were stripped off, and the bone was cut into approximately 1-2 [mm.
The small sizes of the bone and marrow cavities and the short ranges of the alpha particles complicate accurate dose estimates to the red bone marrow and bone endosteum.