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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micro]CT analysis of the excised femur epiphysis at the end of treatments confirmed the expected trabecular bone loss caused by Ovx compared to sham (Fig.
When the trabecular meshwork is obstructed by pigment (e.
We performed micro-CT analysis of trabecular bone at the LV3 (Figure 2A).
Inside the periosteal border, densities higher than 400 mg/cm were defined as cortical/subcortical bone and values lower than this threshold were defined as trabecular bone.
Mechanical Properties of Cancellous / Trabecular Bone
We want to give every surgeon the opportunity to place an implant inside the body as well as assist on these procedures," said Tim Hoeman, director of brand management for Zimmer Trabecular Metal Technology.
The additive, layer-based nature of the EBM process also makes it possible to manufacture implants with the integrated trabecular structures that enhance the osseointegration.
SAN FRANCISO - Advances in imaging techniques are providing new insights into trabecular and cortical bone structure and may help assess bone quality, a key component of bone strength identified by a 2001 National Institutes of Health consensus panel.
The topic represented by the most papers was that of biomedical imaging, image processing, and visualization, with individual papers describing specific research and processes, for example, the automatic thresholding of Micro-CT trabecular bone images, or the multimodality medical image registration made possible using the hybrid optimization algorithm.
Application to experimental 3D bone microtomographic images shows that the method provides visually correct results, even on complex natural trabecular structures.
Bovine trabecular bone is known to be denser and less porous than the human trabecular bone.