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intramedullary

 [in″trah-med´u-lār″e]
1. within the spinal cord.
2. within the medulla oblongata.
3. within the marrow cavity of a bone.

in·tra·med·ul·lar·y

(in'tră-med'yū-lār-ē),
1. Within the bone marrow.
2. Within the spinal cord.
3. Within the medulla oblongata.

intramedullary

/in·tra·med·ul·lary/ (-med´u-lar″e) within (1) the spinal cord, (2) the medulla oblongata, or (3) the marrow cavity of a bone.

intramedullary

adjective Within a medulla of an organ or structure–eg, the inner portion of the spinal cord, the medulla oblongata or BM

intramedullary

1. Within the innermost tissue (medulla) of any organ.
2. Within the bone marrow.
3. Within the MEDULLA OBLONGATA.

intramedullary

within bone marrow or spinal cord

intramedullary

within the spinal cord, medulla oblongata, or the marrow cavity of a bone.

intramedullary administration
see intraosseous catheterization.
intramedullary pinning
see internal fixation.
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With the widespread use of intramedullary (IM) nails and indirect reduction, secondary fracture healing is the primary goal; however, nonunion remains a well described complication in the treatment of these difficult fractures.
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