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intramedullary

[‚in·trə·mə′dəl·ə·rē]
(anatomy)
Within the bone marrow.
(neuroscience)
Within the tissues of the spinal cord or medulla oblongata.
Within the adrenal medulla.
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Unenhanced T1-weighted magnetic resonance imaging (T1WI MRI) is an important preoperative examination used to visualize the intramedullary extent of malignant long bone tumors.
The distal end of the implant is a flexible, intramedullary screw and the proximal end is a rigid, high-strength intramedullary rod.
Allowing a minimally open approach, intramedullary nailing is closely linked to "biological internal fixation," in addition to its mechanical benefits over plate fixation.
10) Intramedullary nailing restores this anatomy and resists bending and axial loads.
8],[12],[13] In our case, acute arterial TOS developed following revision osteosynthesis using an intramedullary Knowles pin and caused acute limb ischemia requiring immediate thrombolysis.
MotoGP said in a statement that the surgery had fixed his fractures using a metal pin and a locked intramedullary nail in a trouble-free early morning operation.
Keywords: Intramedullary cavernoma, Magnetic resonance imaging, T2 hypointense rim, Extralesional hemorrhage.
Materials and Methods: Twenty extremities of 14 osteogenesis cases, who underwent surgery and to whom corkscrew tipped intramedullary treatment was applied, were retrospectively scanned.
An emergent decompression of the thoracic spine was performed with an intraoperative ultrasound confirming liquefied material within the upper thoracic spinal cord, compatible with intramedullary abscess formation.
IlluminOss' minimally invasive procedure incorporates the use of a thin walled PET balloon that is infused with a liquid monomer and inserted into the intramedullary canal of the bone conforming to the shape of the patient's specific bone.
The surgical method most commonly considered to achieve this is intramedullary (IM) nailing.