cancellous


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cancellous

[kan′sel·əs]
(biology)
Having a reticular or spongy structure.
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Cancellous bone graft was harvested from opposite side iliac crest and ipsilateral side distal femoral canal.
Cartilage and cortical and cancellous bones were modeled as linear elastic isotropic materials, as previously described [Table 1].
A morphological study was conducted to measure the width of buccal cortical bone, inferior cortical bone, lingual cortical bone, cancellous bone and height of mandibular symphysis in adult subjects aged between 18 and 30 years with skeletal class I (Angle's class I) and class III (Angle's class III) with mandibular prognathism.
A cancellous bone, endplate, vertebral process models were meshed with volumetric finite elements.
Osteoma is a benign slow growing osteogenic lesion characterised by proliferation of compact or cancellous bone.
After getting the cortical bone geometry the cancellous part was modeled by subtracting the tibia model with the shell model to obtain cancellous bone geometry as shown in Fig.
As bone graft source the standard bone graft is autogenous particulate cancellous bone and marrow (PCBM) from the ilium.
Then we passed a guide wire for cannulated cancellous screw from medial side to lateral aspect in intercondylar area crossing fracture perpendicularly.
Quantify the amount of cortical and cancellous glenoid bone removed by inferiorly tilting the glenoid baseplate with two different rTSA prostheses, and
The vertebra was modelled as consisting in two parts: a cortical one at the exterior and a cancellous one in the interior.
2 mid-body wings for increased fixation in cancellous bone and six proximal "teeth" for optimal cortical bone purchase.
Phosphor ion is doped into cancellous bone, then reacts with hydroxyapatite and produces ?