long bone


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long bone

[′lȯŋ ¦bōn]
(anatomy)
A bone in which the length markedly exceeds the width, as the femur or the humerus.
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Unenhanced T1-weighted magnetic resonance imaging (T1WI MRI) is an important preoperative examination used to visualize the intramedullary extent of malignant long bone tumors.
A method for assessment of maximum long bone length and living stature from fragmentary long bones.
Methods: The analysis included 821 children (575 boys, 246 girls) admitted to the hospital with long bone fractures.
Diaphysial nutrient foramina in long bones and miniature long bones.
Stature estimation from long bone lengths in a Thai population.
OS of the jaws differ from long OS of long bones in several aspects: A) seen mostly in 3-4 decade (1015 years later than mean age of occurrence of OS of long bones).
2) In contrast, Ribbing disease is an autosomal recessive disorder that usually presents after puberty, commonly found in women, where skull is spared, and asymmetric intramedullary diaphyseal scleroses of long bones is seen.
A BRIEF HISTOLOGICAL DESCRIPTION OF GROWTH IN LONG BONES
3 In a study by Haque et al causes of long bone fractures were motor vehicle accidents responsible for 60%, and 20% due to fall injuries4.
The OP-1 product line includes OP-1 Implant and OP-1 Putty for use in orthopedic bone applications such as lumbar spine fusion and the treatment of long bone fractures.
Mesoblast's potential applications for bone tissue generation continue to broaden, and include products for repair and healing of long bone fractures, spinal bony fusion of the cervical and lumbar intervertebral spaces, treatment of bone defects, and treatment and prevention of osteoporosis-related fractures such as fractures of the hip and vertebral bodies.