corticocancellous

corticocancellous

 [kor″tĭ-ko-kan´sĕ-lus]
referring to bony tissue containing both cortical and cancellous elements.
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These implants are intended for use with autograft or allogenic bone graft comprised of cancellous and/or corticocancellous bone graft, as an adjunct to fusion.
Glenoid corticocancellous bone grafting after glenoid component removal in the treatment of glenoid loosening.
Autogenous corticocancellous iliac bone graft in reconstruction of mandibular defect: point of technique.
Allogenic bone is available in many forms: demineralized bone matrix, morselized and cancellous chips, corticocancellous and cortical grafts, and osteochondral and whole-bone segments.
Shelf procedures generally use corticocancellous graft to augment the anterolateral portion of the acetabulum.
Small peripheral or combined defects that can be successfully reconstructed with high side reaming or a structural corticocancellous graft can also be managed in a one-stage revision.
Dense weightbearing corticocancellous bone with a thick cartilage surface combined with a curvature that nearly matches the normal glenoid contour as advantages of this technique has been cited.
1) The second form involves corticocancellous structures, with the proximal and distal femur, proximal tibia, and proximal humerus most commonly affected.
The grafts are usually partial-thickness, although full-thickness corticocancellous or cancellous bone grafts can be harvested.