periosteal


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Related to periosteal: periosteal bone, periosteal osteosarcoma, periosteal chondroma, periosteal callus

per·i·os·te·al

(per'ē-os'tē-ăl),
Relating to the periosteum.
Synonym(s): periosteous

periosteal

/peri·os·te·al/ (-os´te-al) pertaining to the periosteum.

periosteal

[per′i·os′tē·əl]
Etymology: Gk, peri, around, osteon, bone
pertaining to the periosteum, the membrane covering the bones.

per·i·os·te·al

(per'ē-os'tē-ăl)
Relating to the periosteum.

periosteal

pertaining to or emanating from the periosteum.

periosteal bud
a stage in the development of bone to replace existing cartilage; periosteal bud formation results in the removal of calcified cartilage.
periosteal elevator
a heavy metal instrument, with a broad, flat thin end for prising between periosteum and bone and lifting the periosteum prior to working on the bone. See also sayre elevator, matson elevator.
periosteal reaction
production of new bone by the periosteum in response to injury or irritation.
periosteal stripping
may occur in association with fractures, damaging vascular supply and delaying callus formation.
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Remaining parts of the vertebral bodies of T5-7 were sclerotic, and severe amorphous periosteal reactions were visible ventrally.
Additionally, irregular, interrupted, or complex periosteal reaction including Codman's triangle, "hair-on-end" appearance, or a spiculated "sunburst" pattern of periosteal reaction is typically present, yet notably absent at the time of initial presentation in this case.
Bisphosphonate-related femoral periosteal stress reactions: scoring system based on radiographic and MRI findings.
12) Absence of any associated bone destruction, massive periosteal reaction, no other soft tissue mass, and an intact underlying cortex on a plain roentgenogram are used to differentiate it from any other neoplastic osseous lesion.
2010) Aged mice have enhanced endocortical response and normal periosteal response compared with young-adult mice following 1 week of axial tibial compression.
If the mass is located near bone, it might result in cortical erosion and/or a periosteal reaction.
To analyze the "cortical" site (tibia diaphysis), an investigator defined a region of interest that incorporated a small amount of soft tissue outside of the periosteal margin.
5) Typical radiographic findings of an aggressive bone-forming tumour with a periosteal reaction and extraskeletal soft tissue extension are present in 80-90% of cases (Table 2) (Fig.
The former, besides being able to display the cross-sectional anatomy of the affected region, also allows fine definition of cortical penetration and periosteal reaction, as well as permitting a more precise assessment of the lesional matrix and associated bone destruction.
A computed tomography scan showed multiple small abscesses adjacent to the nonunited fracture, an irregular periosteal reaction around the fracture site, and lucency surrounding the medullary rod, suggestive of osteomyelitis (online Appendix Figure, wwwnc.
In recent years with significant progress in tissue engineering, different methods and techniques have been recommended to repair the articular surfaces: autografts, xenografts, periosteal autografts and cultured chondrocytes, which are all classified as biological resurfacing.
5% at the tibia; increases in cortical thickness of 14% at the radius and 25% at the tibia; and increases in periosteal circumference of 7% at the radius and 3% at the tibia.