transiliac

transiliac

 [trans-il´e-ak]
across the two ilia.

trans·il·i·ac

(trans-il'ē-ak),
Extending from one ilium or iliac crest or spine to the other.
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Transiliac bone biopsies were performed in a subset of women from the multicenter, phase 3, randomized clinical trial after two (34 women) or 12 (73 women) months of treatment with 210 mg once monthly romosozumab or placebo.
The gold standard of discriminating between the various forms of renal bone disease is transiliac bone biopsy performed with prior double tetracycline labelling.[10] However, due to cost and invasiveness, this procedure is not frequently done in clinical practice and none of the cases reported above underwent this form of testing.
Before complete sacral resection, a transiliac locking compression plate was additionally fixed in both iliac wings in order to ensure anatomical positioning of the pelvis (Figure 2).
Recker et al., "Abdominal fat is associated with lower bone formation and inferior bone quality in healthy premenopausal women: a transiliac bone biopsy study," Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, vol.
The surgical options generally include anterior fixation only with external fixator or plate and screws, posterior fixation only with SI screws or plates and screws, transsacral fixation, transiliac bars, spinopelvic fixation, or various combinations.
Due to the development of surgical fixation techniques, it has a great improvement to treat this kind of injuries, including percutaneous iliosacral (IS) screws,[sup][6] posterior transiliac plating,[sup][7] triangular osteosynthesis,[sup][8] and minimally invasive adjustable plate (MIAP).[sup][9] These fixations are used in a clinical practice commonly and have a lot of advantages.
Zwahlen et al., "Abdominal fat is associated with lower bone formation and inferior bone quality in healthy premenopausal women: a transiliac bone biopsy study," Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, vol.
Transiliac biopsies demonstrated significant increases in cortical width and porosity, and trabecular bone volume and number increased as well.
Moreover, to improve the donor-to-host bone contact, a transiliac screw is added (Figures 4 and 8).
20 September 2011 - US drug maker Eli Lilly and Co (NYSE:LLY) yesterday presented data comparing the mechanisms of action of FORTEO (teriparatide injection) and zoledronic acid based on data that evaluated histomorphometric measurements of bone remodelling in transiliac crest bone biopsies from postmenopausal women with osteoporosis.
Different techniques for pacemaker implantation such as subclavian, cephalic and transiliac vein are being used today for various circumstances (1, 2).
Automatic-interactive measurement of resorption cavities in transiliac bone biopsies and correlation with deoxypyridinoline.