osteonal

osteonal

pertaining to the osteone.

osteonal canal
canal around which the concentric laminae or sheets of osteonal bone are disposed.
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In this study, silk-fibroin fabric scaffold was shaped to form tubular structures of osteonal cortical bones, designed for the treatment of segmental defects, aimed to guide and orient the cells and associated structures in three dimensions.
Age-related effect on the concentration of collagen crosslinks in human osteonal and interstitial bone tissue," Bone, vol.
The distinctive histoarchitectonics of compact bone tissue of guineafowls is characterized by a circulatory-parallel structure, but there are other histoarchitectonic features in many sectors and regions (mixed, osteonal, chaotic, radial, etc.
As observed in humans, an important feature of NHP bone is the presence of osteonal or Haversian remodeling in cortical bone (i.
Unlike in dogs and humans, the murine model has no osteonal contexture, for example, a harversian canal; that is mean.
Bone viability was also supported by the osteogenesis at the interface of the porous sleeve to the adjacent bone, complete healing of the cortical fractures, osteonal remodeling, and the development of bone ingrowth noted on histopathologic examination.
Osteonal and hemi-osteonal remodeling: the spatial and temporal framework for signal traffic in adult human bone.
Human osteonal bone is an example of a transversely isotropic material because it has the same Young's modulus in all transverse directions, but has a higher Young's modulus in the longitudinal direction.
Differentiating bone osteonal turnover rates by density fractionation; validation using the bomb [sup.
Osteonal and hemi-osteonal remodelling: the spatial and temporal framework for signal traffic in adult human bone.