Another study12 described the total number of nutrient foramina on the long bones
but did not specify the location in relation to linea apera.
To study the safety of Titanium Elastic Nailing in the treatment of diaphyseal fractures of long bones
in children in the age group between 5 to 16 years.
For long bones
to grow properly, chondrocytes must be generated constantly throughout the growth period.
The hallmark of the disorder is dense linear striations occurring typically in the metaphysis or diaphysis of long bones
. (1) The striations vary in length depending on the growth rate of the affected long bone
That even much smaller pig long bone
diaphyses were located at high rates indicates that intact human long bones
, especially femora, tibiae, and fibulae, being missed under similar searching circumstances is unlikely.
[USA] June 20( ANI ): An international team of scientists has found that high altitude and the limited available energy can affect the growth of long bones
in Himalayan populations.
(3,5) On radiographs, medullary IH found in the metaphysis of long bones
usually present as an osteolytic lesion with internal trabeculae, giving honeycomb or soap-bubble appearance.
Nutrient foramen is an opening in the shaft of the long bones
with a distinct margin.
Benign fibrous histiocytoma (BFH) is a lesion that is histologically identical to nonossifying fibroma (NOF) but occurs in the nonmetaphyseal portion of long bones
or in the pelvis [1-3].
Therefore, these results confirm that MRI is an acceptably accurate method in assessing the intraosseous extent of primary malignant tumors involving long bones
Your arm has only three LONG bones
from your shoulder to your wrist.
According to the company, the PRECICE s platform consists of an intramedullary device that once implanted utilises an external remote controller to non-invasively compress and distract long bones
. The key to the PRECICE platform is the magnetic interaction between the PRECICE intramedullary nail and external remote control.