midshaft

midshaft

midway between the epiphyses of a long bone.
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Caption: Figure 1 A, Preoperative AP radiograph demonstrating a midshaft humerus spiral fracture.
In molossids (at least in Tadarida, Nyctinomops, and Molossus), the ulna is fused with the radius only distally (about at the midshaft of the radius) and not at the proximal end.
Micro-CT analysis of the femoral midshaft showed that Pb-treated rats had significantly decreased cortical bone area (-7%) and cortical thickness (-8%) compared with controls (Figure 3A).
The special engine inspections came after recent incidents in two Boeing 787s in which the fan midshaft on General Electric GEnx-1B engines fractured or showed cracks.
The NTSB applauds the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) action calling for immediate initial and recurring inspections of the fan midshaft installed in General Electric (GE) GEnx-1B and -2B engines that power Boeing 787 and 747-8 airplanes.
A subacute fracture of the midshaft of the left tibia was noted, with mild angulation and early callous formation.
Operative versus Nonoperative Care of Displaced Midshaft Clavicular Fractures:A Meta-Analysis of Randomized Clinical Trials
In an ovariectomized rat model of bone loss, daily oral administration of calcium-sensing receptor antagonist promoted bone formation and improved parameters of bone strength at lumbar spine, proximal tibia and midshaft femur (69).
The role of bane structure was assessed by cross-sectional analysis of un-decalcified bane samples from three different diaphyseal regions: proximal, midshaft and distal region (Figure 1).
Cross-section analysis will be completed of fortuitous breaks in the femoral midshaft.
It shows a spiral fracture of the midshaft of the tibia, commonly called a "green stick fracture.
The researchers then applied blunt force trauma to the midshaft of each bone using a custom-designed test jig, which could apply a repeatable and controlled force that simulated the bone being hit by crowbar or pipe.