endosteal


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endosteal

 [en-dos´te-al]
1. pertaining to the endosteum.
2. occurring or located within a bone.

en·dos·te·al

(en-dos'tē-ăl),
Relating to the endosteum.

endosteal

/en·dos·te·al/ (en-dos´te-al)
1. pertaining to the endosteum.
2. occurring or located within a bone.

endosteal

adjective
(1) Pertaining or referring to the endosteum.
(2) Occurring or located within a bone.

endosteal

adjective Within a bone

en·dos·te·al

(en-dos'tē-ăl)
Relating to the endosteum.

en·dos·te·al

(en-dos'tē-ăl)
Relating to the endosteum.

endosteal,

n a thin membrane of cells that line the bone's mandullary cavity.
endosteal implants,

endosteal

1. pertaining to the endosteum.
2. occurring or located within a bone.

endosteal lining cells
cover the internal surfaces of the compact bone, trabecular bone and osteonal canals.
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When the graphies of dominant hands were evaluated in our case group, osteopenia was found in 80%, subperiosteal resorption was found in 58%, radial artery calcification was found in 20% and interdigital artery calcification was found in 16% and endosteal resorption was found in 4% of the patients.
This may have led to further injury to the endosteal surface, a decrease in bone formation ability, and thus decreased bone fixation compared with primary implantation of a porous-coated device.
Endosteal resorption also serves to confound this technique and is the primary difficulty in the application of the technique to sea turtles.
There was little to no remodeling of the shaft or endosteal surface.
Radiographically, endosteal and periosteal thickening of the diaphyses of long bones (Figs.
Density of cancellous bone, the endosteal structures with a density between 280 and 710 mg/[cm.
CaR regulates localization of haematopoietic stem cells from the foetal liver to endosteal niche, the socalled homing.
the mesodermal germ layer surrounding the roots of the teeth) and in endosteal fibrous tissue.
By 12 weeks, mature woven bone remodeled into mature lamellar bone embedded with osteocytes in the periosteal and endosteal regions and the defect was completely healed whereas the granules still persisted (Fig.
An unusual pattern of microbial alteration in the adult male femur was observed by light microscopy, with dense (budded) microbial attack at the junction between the lamellar and Haversian bone on the periosteal surface and a more diffuse region internal to the endosteal surface (Figure 9).
Data obtained from this investigation revealed the following: (A) all treated femurs appeared healthy with no traumatic responses observed in comparison to control animals, (B) measurements of the inner perimeter of the bone on the endosteal side showed significant reduction in the androgen treated animals.
This could be either because of a defect in osteoblast function or because of loss of template from excessive resorption with perforation of trabecular plates and removal of endosteal cortical bone.