cancellous


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cancellous

[kan′sel·əs]
(biology)
Having a reticular or spongy structure.
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Computer assessment of scapula cortical and cancellous bone removal when correcting a posterior defect using 3 different glenoid prosthesis designs.
In the framework of the project Researches Regarding the Improvement of the Modeling and Manufacturing Techniques for the Human Spine Implants, were designed, developed and tested three types of screws according to the bone structure: one screw type for cancellous vertebral bone, a second screw for cortical vertebral bone and a third screw, designed as a combination of the first two, named hybrid.
It has been established, both theoretically [17] and experimentally [7,18], that the Young's modulus of cancellous bone is strongly dependent on the bone's apparent density.
We have applied our technologies to the development of three products, VITOSS(TM) Synthetic Cancellous Bone Void Filler, CORTOSS(TM) Synthetic Cortical Bone Void Filler and RHAKOSS(TM) Synthetic Bone Spinal Implant, that we believe offer a wide range of clinical applications at various anatomical sites.
The method by which cancellous bone is obtained from the donor site may be influential in predicting donor-site morbidity.
With the completion of this license agreement, AlloSource becomes the only tissue bank offering a full range of bone growth substitutes including DBM and Cancellous bone particulates, AlloFuse and AlloFuse Plus DBM paste and putty and Osteocel, the osteoconductive, osteoinductive and osteogenic bone void filler.
Previously, researchers used dynamic histomorphometry, a technique to measure cellular activities of remodeling at the bone tissue level, to explore the mechanisms of action of FORTEO and zoledronic acid in the cancellous compartment of bone biopsies.
0 mm cancellous bone screws, (1,2,7,10-15) yet it has not been clearly established that these screws provide a more stable fixation than cortical bone screws or smaller diameter cancellous screws.
The Bone Tamp also provides clinicians with a percutaneous access option to cancellous bone in other areas of the body.
Tenders are invited for canSupply of Cancellous and cortical screw 4.
The CSC technology, made using Amedica's novel silicon nitride ceramic, offers a porous cancellous trabecular structure designed to promote bony fusion.
Associate Professor of Neurosurgery at the Medical University of South Carolina, "This surgeon-blended composite graft very closely mimics the physical and biochemical properties of harvested iliac crest bone by combining a protein-laced cancellous scaffold with high volumes of autologous marrow when combined with BMA.