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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3) BMI = body mass index; MCSA = muscle cross-sectional area; PBSS = peak bone strain score; PAQ = physical activity questionnaire; DXA = dual energy X-ray absorptiometry; BMC = bone mineral content; pQCT = peripheral quantitative computed tomography; ToA = total area; ToD = total density; TrabD = density of trabecular bone at 4% site; BSI = bone strength index; CoA = cortical area; CoD = cortical density; SSI = strength-strain index; PC = periosteal circumference; CT = cortical thickness; EC = endosteal circumference.
In the refracture due to periosteal, endosteal and parosteal calluses the subcutaneous hematoma absent because periosteum closely attaches to the callus.
In 1952 Branemark embarked on studies that years later resulted in the introduction of his design and treatment concept following an extensive prospective study of a cylindrical threaded endosteal implant.
The medial wall of the CS is located in the body of the sphenoid bone and is formed by the inner part of the endosteal layer.
These monoostotic, painless lesions may show endosteal scalloping; however, there is no associated periostitis.
The spongy medullary cavity, sandwiched between layers of dense supporting cortical bone, is where the immunohaematopoietic stem cells home to receptors through particular patterns of adhesion molecules, grow and mature in specialised endosteal areas called niches (Fig.
Fator de crescimento Acao nos ossos Fator de crescimento Age na proliferacao ossea, Epidermal (EGF) promovendo a formacao do osso periosteal e aumentando a reabsorcao endosteal, em doses fisiologicas.
There are also lucent foci of varying sizes with endosteal scalloping owing to multiple brown tumours.
Branemark studied aspects of implant design, including biological, mechanical, physiological and functional phenomena relative to the success of the endosteal implants [3,5].
Histomorphometrical studies in young rats submitted to chronic ingestion of ethanol showed delayed endosteal and periosteal bone formation, and compromised mechanical properties of bone (Nyquist et al.