trabecular bone


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sub·stan·ti·a spon·gi·o·'sa

[TA]
bone in which the spicules or trabeculae form a three-dimensional latticework (cancellus) with the interstices filled with embryonal connective tissue or bone marrow.
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trabecular bone

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sub·stan·ti·a spon·gi·o·sa

(sŭb-stan'shē-ă spŭn-jē-ō'să) [TA]
Bone in which the spicules or trabeculae form a three-dimensional latticework (cancellus), with the interstices filled with embryonal connective tissue or bone marrow.
Synonym(s): cancellous bone, spongy bone (1) , spongy substance, trabecular bone.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

sub·stan·ti·a spon·gi·o·sa

(sŭb-stan'shē-ă spŭn-jē-ō'să) [TA]
Bone in which the spicules or trabeculae form a three-dimensional latticework (cancellus), with the interstices filled with embryonal connective tissue or bone marrow.
Synonym(s): cancellous bone, spongy bone (1) , spongy substance, trabecular bone.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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This study utilized a numerical simulation method to predict the fracture processes in normal and aged trabecular bone models.
Red arrows: osteogenic cells; red arrowheads: osteoblasts in the subperiosteal bone; black arrows: fibroblast-like cells; black arrowheads: proliferating chondrocytes; blue arrows: mature chondrocytes; blue arrowheads: osteoblasts in the trabecular bone near to endochondral ossification front.
The trabecular bone score can be used in association with FRAX and BMD to adjust FRAX probability of fracture, guiding treatment decisions
Restoration of the microarchitecture network is necessary to assess the true impact of treatment of an osteoprotective agent on the quality of trabecular bones because these bones are more readily lost as a result of E2 deficiency in rodents and mice (Lane et al.
Another feature that is not seen in parosteal osteosarcoma is the zoning phenomenon from plump spindle cells in the center via immature osteoid production to mature trabecular bone at the periphery of the lesion.
Gao, "Diet-induced obesity alters bone remodeling leading to decreased femoral trabecular bone mass in mice," Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, vol.
In male mice alone, decreased metaphyseal trabecular bone, with thinner and more rodlike trabeculae, was also observed.
We demonstrate that mice deficient in Nrf2 exhibit a loss in trabecular bone mineral density in femora and a reduction in cortical bone area in vertebrae.
The material properties for cortical bone are listed in Table-I, and those for the dental im- plant and trabecular bone are listed in Table-II.
Histomorphometric parameters of medullary bone diameter, trabecular bone area, osteoid area, mineralized bone area, and osteoblast area were measured.