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calvarium

[kal′ver·ē·əm]
(anatomy)
A skull lacking facial parts and the lower jaw.
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They were human gingival fibroblast (hGF), human periodontal fibroblast (hPDL), human root derived cell (hRDC), and rat calvaria bone cells (rCalB).
Bone autografting of the calvaria and craniofacial skeleton: Historical background, surgical results in a series of 15 patients, and review of the literature.
Bone formation in rat calvaria ceases within a limited period regardless of completion of defect repair.
Notese la correccion del quiste porencefalico y eliminacion de protuccion calvaria.
It is a very minimal procedure to just cut off a strip of bone instead of cutting the entire calvaria [skull cap]," Chai said.
Biological study of growth pattern of newborn rat calvaria osteoblastic cell in vitro.
in 2011, three demineralized bone-matrix allograft materials including ITB, p TCP, Bio - OSS on inflammation and bone formation in defects made in mice calvaria are compared, and the highest bone formation occurred in ITB-DBM group [20].
Therefore, as in the above-mentioned studies, in the present research, the use of a direct digital system, Kodak Dental Systems RVG 6100, in conjunction with an aluminum scale was efficient for optical density evaluation of bone repair process resulting from grafts made with zirconia granules in bone defects in rat calvaria.
Therefore the aim was to compare the amino acids composition of mandible with ulna and calvaria and the objective was to compare the bone samples with collagen standard.
4 ppm) significantly decreased the differentiation of rat calvaria preosteoblasts; furthermore, they also found that short-term, high-dose arsenic (10 mg/kg/day for 4 weeks) administered by intraperitoneal injection, an unusual route of arsenic exposure, decreased both femur BMD and trabecular bone volume in rats.
Lot 3 6 200 pcs Advanced Microphone Speaker, approximately 3,400 headsets with microphones calvaria or throat microphones.
Paknejad, "Histologic evaluation of bone healing following application of anorganic bovine bone and beta-tricalcium phosphate in rabbit Calvaria," Journal of Dentistry (Tehran, Iran), vol.