bone chips


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bone chips

small pieces of cancellous bone generally used to fill bony defects and to promote reossification.

bone chips

(bōn chips)
Small pieces of cancellous bone generally used to fill bony defects and to promote reossification.
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The Optecure+CCC formulation contains osteoconductive bone chips, providing surgeons with a wider range of products for application-specific solutions.
In the otosclerosis patients, measles virus-specific amplification products were obtained from 79 of the 95 footplate specimens (83%), and crura and bone chips from the outer ear canal were consistently negative (figure 3).
BioSet DBM consists of demineralized bone matrix in a purified gelatin carrier, with bone chips added to the moldable BioSet IC version for osteoconduction.
John Cena had surgery on Tuesday to remove bone chips from his elbow.
The four-year-old was bought by Wilson at Doncaster sales in January 2008, but he was not sound when they got him home and has since had an operation for the removal of bone chips.
industry, related to concerns about how Korea might handle findings of small pieces of bone, or bone chips.
29, will be sidelined for the better part of a year because of bone chips in his knees.
The long-time standard treatment procedure, called autograft, involves surgically chiseling out bone chips and marrow from the patient's hip to obtain the necessary quantities of bone graft material.
First reports had indicated that the gelding, who came back lame, had been seriously injured but there was better news in the summer when his trainer revealed that an operation to remove bone chips from his shoulder had been successful.
You wouldn't think so but, until he had the operation to take bone chips out of both forelegs last year, he could hardly move at all,'' said trainer Kim Bailey.
The powdered DBM is combined with a high volume of large cancellous bone chips, enabling the surgeon to deliver high volumes of the patient's own osteogenic bone marrow to the fusion site to aid in the complex bone repair cascade.
Bone chips - loose fragments - of the fetlock were found in a smaller number of yearlings.