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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Each edge of the normal trabecular bone model was scaled up by 10 times in these RP models.
El glaucoma de celulas fantasmas es una forma poco frecuente de glaucoma secundario de angulo abierto que consiste en una elevacion de la PIO producida principalmente por una obstruccion mecanica de la malla trabecular por eritrocitos degenerados en la cavidad vitrea tras una HV, denominados celulas fantasma, que han tenido acceso a la camara anterior a traves de un defecto de la hialoides anterior.
The underlying trabecular bone reveals enchondral ossification.
Role of trabecular microarchitecture and its heterogeneity parameters in the mechanical behavior of Ex-Vivo Human L3 Vertebrae, Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 25(11): 2324-2331.
Overall, Cohen and colleagues concluded that teriparatide was associated with increased BMD at the spine and hip and improved trabecular microarchitecture and stiffness at the iliac crest in the majority of women with IOP.
During our investigation, medullar bone diameter and trabecular surface area of the defect region, osteoblast surface area in the defect region, and mineralized bone surface area were histomorphometrically measured.
Aqueous humor is produced by the ciliary body of the eye and it flows through the trabecular meshwork to ensure that the eye is firm so that it can function optically.
Radiographs of Pb-exposed animals (Figure 1B,D) show a decrease in trabecular bone in both the long bones and spine, as visualized by increased radiolucency in these regions.
The 4 percent site has been widely studied [13,19,29-31] and provides a window into degradation of the tibia trabecular lattice with SCI.
2-4) One of the rare morphologic variants which resembles hyalinizing trabecular adenoma of thyroid (paraganglioma-like) was reported in 2 cases by Huss et al in 1990.
Trabecular Metal facilitates the long-term biologic attachment of orthopedic implants via bone ingrowth and is just starting to be used in knee replacement implants.