extraosseous

extraosseous

 [eks″trah-os´e-us]
occurring outside a bone or bones.
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It is also classified as: intraosseous which occurs inside the bone and extraosseous which presents in the soft tissue over the tooth-bearing areas of the jaws.
Extraosseous blood supply of the tibia and the effects of different plating techniques: a human cadaveric study.
Primary vulvar and vaginal extraosseous ewing's sarcoma/peripheral neuroectodermal tumor: Diagnostic confirmation with CD99 immunostaining and reverse transcriptase-polymerase chain reaction.
Histologically, HO is the formation of mature lamellar bone in extraosseous soft tissues (8).
Based on another subclassification, the tumor is considered to be of a unicystic, extraosseous, peripheral type.
Appropriate understanding of extraosseous vascular supply of bones along with careful planning before surgeries is important for successful outcome.
(3) Although not standard practice, additional imaging can include PET/CT or whole-body MRI, both of which are excellent in identifying contiguous spread of disease from osseous structures as well as extraosseous disease.
SPECT-CT for characterization of extraosseous uptake of 99mTc-methylene diphosphonate on bone scintigraphy.
According to literature, three types of odontomas have been recognized clinically: Intraosseous (central) odontoma, extraosseous (peripheral) odontoma, and erupted odontoma.
The lack of intra- or extraosseous remodeling (as observed in the specimens) is consistent with a congenital anomaly, as fibrous unions have relatively more stability and less bone remodeling.
In addition, inhouse MRI (sagittal T1-, T2-weighted spinecho and STIR sequences) was performed in all lesions in order to verify the level of malignant vertebral involvement with or without fracture, and to assess the tumoral bone marrow involvement and extraosseous tumor extension (34).
It is also called, primitive neuroectodermal tumor, Askin tumor (Ewing sarcoma of the chest wall), extraosseous Ewing sarcoma (Ewing sarcoma in tissue other than bone).

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