bone architecture

bone ar·chi·tec·ture

(bōn ark'i-tek'chūr),
The pattern of trabeculae and associated structures.
See also: Wolff law.
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Metra is also developing innovative diagnostic instruments using ultrasound technology to evaluate bone architecture.
VITOSS mixed with BMA yielded significantly better bone architecture and maturity at each time point when compared to the leading DBM.
Individuals with severe osteoporosis -- who have suffered fractures or lost substantial amounts of bone -- need a therapy that not only increases bone mass but also restores bone architecture, both of which could result in a dramatic reduction in osteoporosis-related fractures," said Dr.
Several studies have shown that the risk of fractures due to osteoporosis is greater in individuals with an unfavorable mutation of the COL1A1 gene, which appears to affect bone architecture and density.
1) This further explains how teriparatide contributes to an overall improvement in patients with osteoporosis, which is significant because it is the deterioration of bone architecture that contributes to the weakening of bones and resulting fractures seen in patients with advanced osteoporosis.
The highly porous TCP bone repair scaffold offers orthopaedic surgeons and neurosurgeons a synthetic material that mimics human cancellous bone architecture with favorable mechanical properties.
Trilogy's Selling Chainx provides the back bone architecture and applications necessary for sales and marketing to build new sales channels and to empower customers.
In the FDA-reviewed preclinical studies, OSTEOSET(R) pellets with DBM formed natural bone architecture more rapidly than OSTEOSET(R) calcium sulfate pellets alone.
Evaluation of trabecular bone architecture to various mechanical stimuli or various therapeutic treatments;
Osteoporosis is a silent bone disease characterized by reduced bone mass and disruption of bone architecture, leading to high risk of fragility fractures.
Over the past few years, noninvasive assessment of bone architecture has become possible by the use of high-resolution peripheral quantitative CT scanners and with the development of high-resolution magnetic resonance imaging (MR) techniques.