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cancellous

 [kan´sĕ-lus]
of a reticular, spongy, or lattice-like structure; said mainly of bone tissue.

can·cel·lous

(kan'sĕ-lŭs), Do not confuse this word with the noun cancellus.
Denoting bone that has a latticelike or spongy structure.
Synonym(s): cancellated

cancellous

/can·cel·lous/ (kan-sel´us) of a reticular, spongy, or lattice-like structure.

cancellous

(kăn-sĕl′əs, kăn′sə-ləs)
adj. Anatomy
Having an open, latticed, or porous structure. Used especially of bone.

cancellous

[kan′siləs]
Etymology: L, cancellus, lattice
(of tissue) latticelike, porous, spongy. Cancellous tissue is normally present in the interior of many bones, where the spaces are usually filled with marrow.
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Cancellous bone

can·cel·lous

(kan-sĕl'ŭs)
Denoting bone that has a latticelike or spongy structure.
Synonym(s): cancellated.

cancellous

Of a spongy, porous, lattice-like structure. A term applied to the inner parts of bone.

can·cel·lous

(kan'sĕ-lŭs)
Denoting bone that has a latticelike or spongy structure.

cancellous

of a reticular, spongy or lattice-like structure; said mainly of bone tissue.

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Fibular strut graft along with cancellous bone graft was used in 14 cases in our study.
Cancellous and cortical bones were meshed by 10-node tetrahedral elements in each model, and cartilages were meshed by hexahedral elements with an approximate element size of 1-2 mm [Figure 1]a.
Line B corresponds to thewidth of cancellous bone measured between the internal point of the medial lingual cortical bone and the internal point of the buccal cortical bone.
Anisotropic post-yield response of cancellous bone simulated by stress-strain curves of bulk equivalent structures.
On the similar lines the cancellous part is acquired first by making the cubical scaffold structure with 80% porous element, and then Boolean intersection is performed between cancellous model and scaffold structure (10).
For surgical management in group A the cancellous bone graft was harvested from the anterior iliac crests by the conventional trap door technique whereas in group B the cancellous bone was harvested from the anterior iliac crests using a trephine bone collector and mixed with Synthetic bone substitutes (HA) in the ratio of 1:1 by volume.
A 3-D computer model was developed in Unigraphics (Siemens PLM; Plano, TX, USA) and used to quantify the cortical and cancellous humeral and glenoid bone removed to implant three different rTSA designs.
The effect of screw insertion angle and thread type on the pull-out strength of bone screws in normal and osteoporotic cancellous bone models, Medical Engineering & Physics, 32(8):822-828
Computed tomography (CT) of the paranasal sinuses revealed widening of the frontal bone with extensive medial and right lateral osteolytic structural changes in the cancellous bone of the diploe (figure 1).
RTI says the new Sterling product line, which includes the interference screws and cancellous chips and cubes, is available immediately through its direct distribution representatives.
Dempster and his colleagues previously reported similar results when they used histomorphometry to assess iliac crest biopsies in the TOP study patients: Compared with the placebo-treated women, the PTH-treated women had increases of 48%, 24%, and 17% in cancellous bone volume, trabecular number, and trabecular thickness, respectively.
Dempster and his colleagues had reported similar results when they used histomorphometry to assess iliac crest biopsies in TOP study patients: 48%, 24%, and 17% increases in cancellous bone volume, trabecular number, and trabecular thickness, for the PTH group versus the placebo group.