Schede method

Sche·de meth·od

(shā'dĕ),
filling of the defect in bone, after removal of a sequestrum or scraping away carious material, by allowing the cavity to fill with blood that may become organized (Schede clot).
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Sche·de met·hod

(shā'dĕ meth'ŏd)
Filling of the defect in bone, after removal of a sequestrum or scraping away of carious material, by allowing the cavity to fill with blood that may become organized (Schede clot).
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Schede,

Max, German surgeon, 1844-1902.
Schede clot
Schede method - filling of the defect in bone after removal of a sequestrum or scraping away carious material by allowing the cavity to fill with blood which may become organized.
Schede osteotomy
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