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remodeling

 [re-mod´el-ing]
reorganization or renovation of an old structure.
bone remodeling absorption of bone tissue and simultaneous deposition of new bone; in normal bone the two processes are in dynamic equilibrium.

re·mod·el·ing

(rē-mod'ĕl-ing),
1. A cyclic process by which bone maintains a dynamic steady state through sequential resorption and formation of a small amount of bone at the same site; unlike the process of modeling, the size and shape of remodeled bone remain unchanged.
2. Any process of reshaping or reorganizing.

remodeling

/re·mod·el·ing/ (re-mod´el-ing) reorganization or renovation of an old structure.
bone remodeling  absorption of bone tissue and simultaneous deposition of new bone; in normal bone the two processes are in dynamic equilibrium.

remodeling

[rēmod′əling]
Etymology: L, re + modus, to copy again
the process of changing a body part or area, as in reconstructive surgery.

remodeling

Cardiology A process of structural deterioration of the left ventricle, which is transformed from its normal elliptical shape to a rounded or globoid shape; remodeling is typical of late stage CHF, and accompanied by 'functional' mitral regurgitation, ventricular dilatation, ventricular wall thinning  Etiology Remodeling is due to a loss of myocardial tissue–eg, necrosis post acute MI, metabolic defects–eg, thyroid disease, toxins–eg, drugs or alcohol, inflammation–eg, viral myocarditis, or altered hemodynamics–eg, uncontrolled HTN or aortic stenosis Evaluation Remodeling can be quantified by measuring the end-systolic and end-diastolic volumes

re·mod·el·ing

(rē-mod'ĕl-ing)
1. A cyclic process by which bone maintains a dynamic steady state through sequential resorption and formation of a small amount of bone at the same site; unlike in the process of modeling, the size and shape of remodeled bone remain unchanged.
2. Any process of reshaping or reorganizing.
3. Process of changing a body part, as in plastic and reconstructive surgery.
Synonym(s): remodelling.

Remodeling

The ongoing process of bone formation and breakdown that results in healthy bone development.

remodeling

a constant, normal process in bone comprising removal-replacement of minute sections of bone without alteration to the visible skeletal volume; may be periosteal or endosteal.
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