trabecular


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Related to trabecular: Trabecular meshwork, trabecular pattern

tra·bec·u·lar

(tră-bek'yū-lăr),
Relating to or containing trabeculae.
Synonym(s): trabeculate

tra·bec·u·lar

(tră-bek'yū-lăr)
Relating to or containing trabeculae.

trabecular

(tră-bĕk′ū-lăr)
The network of osseous tissue that makes up spongy (cancellous) bone.
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The amount of decorin staining in subsinusoidal areas of tunica albuginea (SATA) and subsinusoidal areas of trabecular wall (SATW) are summarized in Table 1.
Ultimately, at the 4-year mark all three groups increased trabecular bone scores, so it also supports our rationale to consider the use of these treatment strategies, specifically the ones when you're switching to or continuing denosumab," Dr.
Spleen was observed after administration of positive control (cyclosporine) with decreased cellularity and changes in trabecular and capsular.
HTT is also mistaken for a medullary carcinoma on cytology owing to its occasional spindle cell morphology, trabecular and dispersed patterns, and hyaline confused with amyloid.
The structure of the bone was simplified and consisted of cortical and trabecular bone.
Editor's Note: Past users had higher bone mineral density at the lumbar spine and hip and a trend toward higher trabecular bone scores than those who had never used hormone therapy.
In the present study, we aimed to investigate the effect of alendronate sodium on the bone trabecular structure using densitometric, biochemical, and biomechanical analyses.
Grades###Structure of trabecular bone###Quantity of trabecular bone (% of area)
Researchers also noted that the magnitude of the increase in spine trabecular bone mineral density from baseline was significantly associated with changes in total testosterone and estradiol.
The transplants improved the quality of the trabecular meshwork tissue, boosting the aqueous humour outflow and protecting the retinal ganglion cells, according to the paper published in the journal PNAS.
We believe that replacement of damaged or lost trabecular meshwork cells with healthy cells can lead to functional restoration following transplantation into glaucoma eyes," Kuehn wrote on his lab's website.
Many reasons explain why the elderly are susceptible to fracture; however, the main reason is the decreased bone strength caused by age-related trabecular bone loss [3, 4].