intramembranous


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in·tra·mem·bra·nous

(in'tră-mem'brā-nŭs),
1. Within, or between the layers of, a membrane.
2. Denoting a method of bone formation directly from mesenchymal cells without an intervening cartilage stage (occurring, for example, in the calvaria), as distinguished from intracartilaginous bone formation.

intramembranous

/in·tra·mem·bra·nous/ (-mem´brah-nus) within a membrane.

in·tra·mem·bra·nous

(in'tră-mem'bră-nŭs)
1. Within, or between the layers of, a membrane.
2. Denoting a method of bone formation directly from mesenchymal cells without an intervening cartilage stage.

intramembranous

within a membrane.

intramembranous ossification
see intramembranous ossification.
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Furthermore, it is the only long bone to ossify in an intramembranous manner.
They additionally regulate iron homeostasis and induce intramembranous ossification and chondrogenesis (56).
Injection of cells loaded on biocompatible materials such as hydroxyapatite that can withstand the shear force exerted by normal wear and tear of the human body and that can degrade in a timely, predictable manner can help in achieving regeneration, especially in cases of skull injuries where intramembranous ossification can lead to direct differentiation of mesenchymal cells into bone-forming osteoblasts [7].
8 Furthermore, there is experimental evidence that intramembranous bone grafts that are placed as block onlay grafts show better volume stability and less postoperative resorption than endochondrial bone obtained from iliac crest.
Thus, reparative osteogenesis occurs by the type of direct intramembranous osteogenesis and spreads throughout the defect volume.
The ossification of intramembranous part of occipital bone occurs from different ossification centres.
Regulation of amniotic fluid volume by intramembranous absorption in sheep: role of passive permeability and vascular endothelial growth factor.
Ultrastructural localization of alkaline phosphatase in initial intramembranous osteogenesis.
New bone forms by a processes resembling intramembranous ossification.
The researchers observed changes in intramembranous ossification and marrow hypercellularity resulting from chronic sleep loss.
A model for intramembranous ossification during fracture healing'.
In the eighth week of gestation, intramembranous ossification begins on the membrane that covers the cartilaginous nasal capsule.

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