vulgaris increased growth performance, tibia bone
strength, and enhanced meat qualities in Pekin ducks.
To examine whether past or cumulative Pb exposure might influence the long-term trajectory of homocysteine concentration with age, we compared trajectories in homocysteine (as percentage change from baseline homocysteine) by tibia bone
Pb concentration at baseline.
The complex geometry of the human tibia bone
and implant were modeled from the CT images using CATIA.
But then doctors at Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary decided they would have to operate and remove a length of Jack's cancerous tibia bone
to prevent the disease from spreading.
When one man was caught by police, he attacked the sergeant holding him, kicking him on his left foot and breaking his tibia bone
Recovery of proximal tibia bone
mineral density and strength, but not cancellous bone architecture, after long-term bisphosphonate or selective estrogen receptor modulator therapy in aged rats.
I broke the tibia bone
in my left leg in my first game as player-manager for Dundee United which, ironically, occurred against Aberdeen.
These seven patients, treated at Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge, IL, all had fractures of their tibia bone
, which had failed to heal after one to three (with a mean of two) prior standard of care bone grafting and surgical treatments.
10) SP 6--4 fingers above the top of the medial maleolus (ankle joint) on the inside border of the tibia bone
He's got a broken tibia bone
, just below the knee on the shinbone on his left leg.
Peter Webbon, the Jockey Club's chief veterinary adviser, said: "He fractured the tibia bone
in his leg above the stifle.
We conducted analyses for blood, patella and tibia bone
lead biomarkers (separately) categorized into tertiles for models for age at menopause as a continuous variable and early menopause.