extraosseous

extraosseous

 [eks″trah-os´e-us]
occurring outside a bone or bones.

extraosseous

occurring outside a bone or bones.
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This coating prevented the undesired abrasive interaction between the soft tissue of the inner lining and the extraosseous portion of the implant.
Extraosseous giant cell tumor of the pinna presenting in a child: Case report and review of the literature.
1,2) They usually originate from the bones of the skull base, at the sphenoethmoidal and spheno-occipital regions, but very rarely can also arise from other intracranial, extraosseous sites like the dura mater, the brain parenchyma or from within the ventricles.
Spector, "Osteoinduction within porous polysulfone implants at extraosseous sites using demineralized allogeneic bone matrix", J.
There was also slight extraosseous extension of the lesion anteriorly (Fig.
1) These developmental cysts are nonodontogenic, extraosseous and locally expansile.
The MRI showed an extensive noncystic, heterogeneously enhancing lesion involving the proximal left femoral shaft, with extraosseous extension and pathologic fracture.
Extraosseous Ewing's sarcoma/primitive neuroectodermal tumor of the sacral nerve plexus.
In spite of rare cases of direct inoculation, osteoarticular Tbc is caused by haematogenous, lymphatic or direct local spread of tubercle bacilli from other lesions, from a quiescent pulmonary primary or other extraosseous foci.
Extraosseous calcification occurs when calcium deposits outside the skeleton in blood vessels or soft tissues.
Although previous studies have shown that sonographically guided core needle biopsy is very reliable and accurate for most bone tumours with extraosseous masses located in appendicular skeleton, we could find no evidence regarding the role of soft tissue USG in the diagnosis of osteoblastoma (25,26).

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