According to Ellis, the tumor is dissected down to the periosteum
to obtain adequate tumor-free margins.
This modified periosteal flap is easy to perform and allows good access to create a subperiosteal pocket, and also complete repositioning of the periosteum
aiming at reducing the risks of device migration.
Often in children and adolescents, a single pin and the reduced periosteum
provide sufficient stability to prevent re-displacement of the fracture.
In order to obtain a coronal repositioning of the flap, excluding tensions deriving from muscles, the elevated flap was released through partial-thickness incisions of muscular insertions to the periosteum
As a result, in case of large bone defects, the periosteum
could be a source of stem/progenitor cells .
As seen in the first patient, the medial clavicular epiphysis stayed properly in place and the clavicular metaphysis was displaced retrosternally disrupting the posterior periosteum
The masses were located between the squamous epithelium and periosteum
of the bony EAC, and they separated very easily--again indicating that masses were not in contact with the periosteum
The use of periosteum
and Surgicel for bone restoration in congenital clefts of the maxilla.
Moreover, the periosteum
(osteogenic tissues surrounding bones) contains multiple stem cells that secrete large quantities of VEGF and BMP2, thereby playing critical roles in boosting bone healing (15-17).
After a time, inflammation took place in the periosteum
of the root, and the tooth was in a measure loosened.
Here, we present two cases of which one had scalp involvement correlating to antenatal methimazole intake and the other one had unusual presentation with involvement of deep tissues up to the periosteum
of right lower limb.
Medical observations have confirmed that it halts the erosion of periosteum
in bone, and a paper submitted by Dr W Dewey claimed that he used the plant to cure a cancer of the lip.