sublesional

sublesional

 [sub-le´zhun-al]
performed or situated beneath a lesion.

sublesional

(sŭb-lē′shŭn-ăl) [L. sub, under, below, + laesio, wound]
Beneath a lesion.

sublesional

performed or situated beneath a lesion.
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Intensive exercise or standing regimens may partially prevent bone loss in the femoral shaft but not at the proximal hip, while functional electrical stimulation [7,13-15] and pharmacological agents (etidronate, alendronate) are reported to be ineffective in patients with SCI [16-17], probably because of an exorbitant sublesional bone turnover and osteoclastic activity at all the resorption pits [6].
In our rats, the concentration of collagen I was significantly reduced in both the sublesional bones, thereby supporting enhanced osteoclastic activity.
An increased mineralization in sublesional bones in our ELF-MF exposed rats with SCI is further supported by their increase in BMC and BMD, with a concomitant decrease in water content and microarchitecture.
96 [micro]T, 50 Hz) as revealed by BBB score, BMC, BMD, mineral element contents, and biochemical parameters pertaining to the sublesional bones.
Dauty M, Perrouin Verbe B, Maugars Y Dubois C, Mathe JF Supralesional and sublesional bone mineral density in spinal cord injured patients.
Any existing or new lesions were successfully treated with sublesional triamcinolone injections and intensive topical therapy.
Additional studies have shown that bone loss and deterioration of body composition are more severe in the sublesional regions of subjects with SCI and tetraplegics than in those of paraplegics [2-4].
Supralesional and sublesional bone mineral density in spinal cord injured patients.