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Remodeling

The process of modifying an existing building or space for current use; usually involves replacing some of the existing building fabric or adding new components.

alterations

1. A construction project (or portion of a project) comprising revisions within or to prescribed elements of an existing structure, as distinct from additions to an existing structure.
2. Remodeling.
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The OPG/RANKL system and zinc ions are promoters of bone remodeling by osteoblast proliferation in postmenopausal osteoporosis.
Exploration of different pathways and regulatory mechanism in bone remodeling, will result in the development of novel therapies.
INSULIN SIGNALING IN OSTEOBLASTS INTEGRATES BONE REMODELING AND ENERGY METABOLISM.
The finding of the adynamic bone disorder would have been associated with attempts to increase bone remodeling by correcting the hypercalcemia and increasing the actions of PTH.
There's no reason to assume that other bisphosphonates are safer, as all interfere with bone remodeling.
In addition, the continuous growth of young children implies constant bone remodeling for skeletal development (O'Flaherty 1995).
First, gypsum is resorbed too quickly in the body, and second, is shown to be ineffective in taking part in in vivo bone remodeling processes.
Sibonga describe the process of bone remodeling, in which small areas of bone are destroyed and rebuilt, and they explain the potential mechanisms by which alcohol might reduce bone loss in postmenopausal women.
In osteoporosis, bone loss occurs because of an imbalance in bone remodeling (the rate of bone resorption exceeds that of bone formation).
Cellentra(TM) Advanced Allograft: A complete bone remodeling triad in a single, osteogenic and osteoinductive-verified product, featuring uniform cancellous bone size and shape particles for ideal scaffolding.
We believe the high level of antibiotics combined with a highly controlled release profile as well as the consistent bone remodeling contributed to the superior performance of CERAMENT(TM)|G.
Specific topics include a freeze-cast nanostructured apatite scaffold obtained from the low temperature biomineralization of reactive calcium phosphates, preparing and characterizing micro-nanostructured anatasefilm, fish scales as a biocomposite of collagen and calcium salts, new titanium alloys potentially used for metal-ceramic application in medicine, the in vitro evaluation of new dental software for shade matching, and the radiographic analysis of bone remodeling around hydroxyapatite coated femoral stems.