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something that grows inward

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With regard to stem stability, 32 hips were classified as fixation by bone ingrowth (Fig.
It was found intraoperatively that the distal part of the stem was well-fixed with solid bone ingrowth while the proximal part of the stem was without bone ingrowth.
It can be due to either tumor overgrowth/ ingrowth into the stentmesh or impaction of food bolus.
Under the closed-system conditions, the researchers estimated that the radioactivity concentration would increase by a factor of more than five within 15 days as a result of radioactive ingrowth.
where: InGrowth = log of per capita real GDP; InENC = log of total energy consumption per capita; InExpt = log of exports; [[mu].
Complications exclusive to LASIK include epithelial defects, flap striae, diffuse lamellar keratitis (DLK), flap dislocations, epithelial ingrowth and transient light sensitivity syndrome (TLSS).
Histopathologic results revealed limited ingrowth of bone into the porous coated implant, which indicated that a limb prosthesis may provide salvage for long-legged, heavybodied birds with fractures of the tarsometatarsus.
The structure of natural bone provides an optimal compromise between weight and strength, and the natural scaffold is porous to allow ingrowth of bone cells.
When implanted in mice and studied over time, the implanted bone tissue supported blood vessel ingrowth, and continued development of normal bone structure, without demonstrating any incidence of tumor growth.
They cover the fundamentals, including preoperative evaluation, photorefractive and phototherapeutic keratectomy, LASIK, epi-LASIK, and femtosecond laser surgery; new technologies of Presby LASIK and collagen crosslinking; complications, including the management of diffuse lamellar keratitis, epithelial ingrowth, ectasia, and trauma; lenticular surgery, refractive lensectomy with accommodating and multifocal intraocular lenses, phakic intraocular lenses, and high hyperopia; and recent advances, such as corneal inlays for hyperopia, intracorneal rings for keratoconus and post-refractive surgery ectasia, and collagen crosslinking combined with surgeries like corneal rings and surface ablation.
29 September 2010 - Swedish biomaterials company Artimplant AB (STO: ARTI B) said today the results from a laboratory in-vitro study and an animal trial showed that its product Artelon functions as a scaffold for tissue ingrowth in cartilage repair of the knee.
Ingrowth cores consisted of a nylon netting (8 x 8 mm) pulled on a plastic tube of 54 mm diameter and inserted vertically into the hole (40 cm deep) drilled with a metal corer.
Important continuation in this application is finding a surface for the medial part of the stem that fulfills the requirments for ingrowth of bone and mecanical properties without any need of CNC-preparations.
These consistently shaped and sized particles have been proven safe and biocompatible and allow gradual tissue ingrowth for a long-lasting augmentation effect.