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vas·cu·lar·ized

(vas'kyū-lăr-īzd),
Rendered vascular by the formation of new vessels.

vas·cu·lar·ized

(vas'kyū-lăr-īzd)
Rendered vascular by the formation of new vessels.
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Third, Prellis has made progress in achieving in vitro microfluidic flow through complex vascular channels, with separation as fine as 10-20 microns a critical precursor to creating complex viable vascularized tissue in the laboratory.
VBG mainly consists of the following three types: muscle pedicle grafting, vascularized fibular grafting, and vascularized iliac grafting.[62],[63],[64],[65] In addition to providing structural support, VBG also attempts to reconstruct the blood supply to the necrotic lesions.
It was initially used for chronic osteomyelitis, repair of large bone defects after tumor resection, with encouraging results.19,20 Induced membrane is a highly vascularized biofilm, which is rich in vascular endothelial growth factor, bone morphogenetic protein and many other growth factors.
(48) The transferring and reconstruction of the defects with the flap provided the patient with healthy, vascularized tissue and recovered the resected areas.
The Anatomical Basis of the Vascularized Fibularis Brevis Grafts
The device is designed to eliminate concerns of fibrosis upon implantation by incorporating with tissue, forming highly vascularized tissue chambers for the transplantation and function of therapeutic cells.
They showed that when scaffolds containing engineered cells were implanted in mice for 12 weeks, the group treated using scaffolds seeded with PDGF-BB cells outperformed the other groups when it came to generating more dentin-like mineralized tissue that showed positive staining for the DSPP protein--like tooth dentin tissue--and was surrounded by highly vascularized, dental pulp-like connective tissue.
There are two types of bone grafts that are considered for scaphoid nonunions: non-vascularized and vascularized bone grafts.
A variety of options for limb reconstruction exist including intercalary allografts, vascularized and nonvascularized fibular autografts, distraction osteogenesis, and segmental metallic implants [18, 27, 29-32].
The brain is an extremely vascularized organ, while we might also bear in mind that omega-3 fatty acids may impact neurons, glia, and astrocytes themselves."
The development and widespread use of microvascular surgery have reduced the use of nonvascular techniques, and mandibular reconstruction with vascularized techniques has become more popular.