spongiosa

spongiosa

 [spun″je-o´sah]
spongy; sometimes used alone to mean the spongy substance of bone (substantia spongiosa ossium).

spongiosa

/spon·gio·sa/ (spun″je-o´sah) spongy; sometimes used alone to mean the spongy substance of bone (substantia spongiosa ossium).

spongiosa (spun´jēō´sə),

n bone, cancellous.

spongiosa

spongy; sometimes used alone to mean the spongy substance of bone (substantia spongiosa ossium).

primary spongiosa
the mineralized cartilage in the developing metaphysis.
secondary spongiosa
second stage in the mineralization of bony trabeculae; comprises the enlarged, mineralized bony trabeculae of the primary spongiosa.
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0 mm spongiosa screws 210 pcs / year; Part 7 - complicated end wrist fractures I .
Baskin [17] et al reported similar fistula rate 10% (OIF) and 15% (TIF) and postulated that the lower fistula rate for the OIF maybe a result of improved healing of the repair with preservation of the spongiosa supported urethral plate.
All cups were uncemented, and these included 30 Spongiosa Metal II cups (Zimmer), two Plasmacups[R] (Aesculap, Tuttlingen, Germany) for ceramic-on-ceramic pairing, and two Trilogy cups (Zimmer) for ceramic-on-polyethylene pairing.
In the early healing period, the autologous spongiosa has shown the highest rate of ossification.
Gentry 310 Ph Tabebuia spongiosa Rizzini 463 Ph Bignoniaceae 1 Ph Bignoniaceae 2 Ph Bignoniaceae 3 Ph Bignoniaceae 4 Ph Bignoniaceae 5 Ph Bignoniaceae 6 Ph Boraginaceae Cordia cf.
b) Microarchitectural parameters of proximal femoral spongiosa were measured by Micro-CT machine.
Microscopically, the leaflets of the mitral valve were irregularly thickened because of dense collagen bundles with a loss of spongiosa.
Cancellous tissue in osteogenesis zone of the tubular bones in the test group of animals is presented by middle-cellular structure of primary and secondary spongiosa, the margin between them is quite conventional.
The nutritive function of the bone is maintained through the spongiosa, although the bone is exposed, avoiding the possibility of bone aseptic necrosis.