endosteum

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endosteum

[en′däs·tē·əm]
(anatomy)
The membrane lining of bone marrow cavities.
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The lack of complete stability is reflected in the loose proximal rod, endosteal scalloping, and prominent periosteal reaction.
Bone resorption (osteopaenia) * Sub-periosteal Radial aspect of middle phalanges, medial side of humerus, tibia * Intracortical Terminal tufts(acro-osteolysis) * Endosteal Hands and long bones * Trabecular Skull (salt and pepper appearance) * Sub-ligamentous Trochanters, calcaneus, ischial/humeral tuberosities, lateral clavicle * Sub-chondral Acromioclavicular, sacro-iliac and sternoclavicular joints 2.
Nguyen et al (117) studied the effect of sol-gel-formed calcium phosphate coatings on bone ingrowth and osteoconductivity of porous-surfaced Ti alloy implants in rabbit tibia and observed that endosteal bone growth along the porous-surfaced zone was greater with the Ca-P-coated implants compared to the non Ca-P-coated implants and greater bone-to-implant contact within the sinter neck regions of the Ca-P-coated implants.
The loss of the early GMs due to endosteal resorption and remodeling of the interior region of the bone is a limiting factor in the application of skeletochronology to sea turtles.
The specifically-defined lateral flare was designed to engage the lateral femoral endosteal surface at or above the intersection of the mid-femoral neck axis and the lateral femoral cortex.
In contrast to the tibial side, femoral sleeves were only required for endosteal additional support in 12 (32%) of cases.
In no area did the implant appear to be in direct contact with the long bone; however, endosteal bony proliferation was in very close proximity to the device in the single examined cross section.
Endosteal scalloping of an affected bone may be present with suggestive, coarse trabeculation within the lesion (Figure 5, A).
Radiographs at 3 weeks revealed endosteal and periosteal callus formation with loss of sharp margins of the fracture fragments and progressive disappearance of the fracture line.
1,5) The early radiographic manifestations of osteomyelitis consist of permeative metaphyseal osteolysis, endosteal erosions, intracortical Assuring and periostitis.
Radiologically, the hallmark of the disorder is bilateral, symmetrical cortical thickening of the diaphyses of the long bones(14,15) on both the periosteal and endosteal sides of the diaphyses.