spongiose

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spon·gi·ose

(spŭn'jē-ōs),
Resembling or characteristic of a sponge.
[L. spongiosus]

spon·gi·ose

(spŏn'jē-ōs)
Resembling or characteristic of a sponge.
[L. spongiosus]
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The active comparator treatment (augmentation with spongious ICA) is a surgical procedure considered the standard of care, which requires the extraction of the needed spongious bone graft from the iliac crest at nonunion surgery.
Table 1 Material properties Materials Young modulus E, MPa Poisson ratio v Cortical bone 17000 0.30 Spongious bone 70 0.20 Cup (UHMWPE) 690 0.30 Cement (PMMA) 2000 0.30 Implant 210000 0.30
CT showed the presence of what appeared to be spongious bone where one would expect to find the sphenoid sinuses.
As area of interest the metaphyseal region of the proximal and distal femur and the spongious part of the corpus vertebrae were used.
It enhances the orthodontic tooth movement by reducing the cortical bone layer (resistant to bone re-sorption relative to spongious bone) following Erbium, Chromium doped Yttrium Scandium Gallium Garnet (Er-Cr: YSGG) laser irradiation, without surgical flap reflection.
Loska, "Metal content in femoral head spongious bone of people living in regions of different degrees of environmental pollution in Southern and Middle Poland," Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, vol.
In cemented endoprosthesis the cap made of polyethylene or spongious bone is inserted into the cavity below the tip of the femoral component and so is the drainage which drains haematoma out of distal pole of the marrow cavity allowing thus bone cement to be pressed into the marrow cavity.
The first layer was the urethral edge and the second layer was the spongious body.
With this analysis the number of trabecular cross sections (nodes) and of free ends (termini) were counted and the quotient of these values is an index for stability of the spongious bone (Chappard et al.
The ideal pore size for a bioceramic should be similar to that of spongious bone.
Some quantitative characters were not taken into account because they increase with age; these include: adaxial and abaxial prominency of the main rib, number of layers of parenchyma cells, of fibrous strands under the adaxial and above the abaxial hypodermis, of layers of sclereids, of chlorenchyma and spongious parenchyma.
OPK is rare, inherited sclerosing bone dysplasia caused by failure of resorption of secondary spongious, which predominantly involves the appendicle and rarely the axial skeleton.