intraosseous


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in·tra·os·se·ous

(in'tră-os'ē-ŭs),
Within bone.
Synonym(s): intraosteal
[intra- + L. os, bone]

intraosseous

[in′trə·os′ē·əs]
Etymology: L, intra, within, os, bone
pertaining to the interior of bone.

in·tra·os·se·ous

(in'tră-os'ē-ŭs)
Route for delivery of fluid, blood, or medication through a needle inserted directly into the marrow of long bones.
[intra- + L. os, bone]

in·tra·os·se·ous

(in'tră-os'ē-ŭs)
Within bone.
[intra- + L. os, bone]

intraosseous

within a bone; sometimes used to refer to the bone marrow cavity in place of intramedullary.

intraosseous catheterization
percutaneous placement of an intravenous catheter into a marrow cavity provides an alternative route for the administration of fluids and medication when peripheral blood vessels are collapsed or inaccessible. In small animals, the femur is most often used.
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Therefore, these results confirm that MRI is an acceptably accurate method in assessing the intraosseous extent of primary malignant tumors involving long bones.
We recommend intraosseous cannulation in adult patients with cardiac arrest instead of being limited to paediatric population or inability to obtain intravenous access, should be considered as an initial procedure of choice during resuscitation measures because of the afore mentioned less time to administration of vasopressor medications, less re-attempts and failure rates.
Management of the primary intraosseous synovial sarcoma of the jaws: be careful of the surgical margin.
7) This issue forms the principal support of its clinical utility--the apparent difference in malignant potential in follow-up of LSMFT as opposed to either FD or intraosseous lipoma.
Based on histopathological evidence, a definite diagnosis of primary intraosseous carcinoma (PIOC) arising de-novo (keratinizing type) involving the body.
In this article, we describe a new case of intraosseous hemangioma of the midface.
A review of intraosseous vascular access: current status and military application.
There are three clinicopathologic variants of AOT, namely intraosseous follicular, intraosseous extra-follicular and peripheral, all have identical histology.
Intraosseous pneumatocyst is a rare benign condition, commonly seen in iliac bone or sacrum.
Intraosseous injections, which can inject medicines directly into the bone marrow, and laser-guided equipment for airway management, are the latest such devices.