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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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Intramedullary nail unit sales are projected to grow; surgeons continue to adopt their use in long bone fracture repair due to their ease-of-use and less invasive nature compared to plates and screws.
Our study validates the intramedullary application of a light-curable photodynamic bone stabilization system from study sponsor IlluminOss Medical as a biocompatible and feasible method for fracture fixation repair in load- bearing bones, such as the long bones of the leg, said principal investigator Brett G.
Intramedullary tumors comprise approximately 10 percent of all primary CNS tumors, but 25 percent of those in the pediatric population.
Ependymomas are the most common intramedullary neoplasm in adults and represent 60% of all intramedullary tumors.
A retrospective review was performed on patients who sustained a subtrochanteric femur fracture (AO/OTA type 32) and were stabilized using a statically locked intramedullary nail between January 1, 2008, and August 1, 2011, at a level 1 trauma center.
3 Only about 3-5% of all cavernous malformation involve the spine cord, mostly involving the intramedullary compartment.
Millennium Research Group's report includes procedure, unit, average selling price and revenue information, along with market drivers and limiters and competitive landscape for plates and screws, intramedullary nails, cannulated screws, conventional hip screws, ancillary trauma devices, external fixation devices, and long-bone growth stimulation devices.
Intramedullary nails are implants placed within the intramedullay canal of a bone to stabilize long bone fractures.
This paper reports a rare case of transient radial and axillary nerves palsy related to intraoperative right lateral positioning for Kuntscher intramedullary nail insertion that caused postural cervical traction.
A case with symptoms of vestibular neuronitis caused by an intramedullary lesion.
The company says the device consists of rhBMP-2 intramedullary nail (a metal rod inserted into the bone) by orthopedic surgeons, after appropriate wound management.
TIBIOTALOCALCANEAL ARTHRODESIS WITH A RETROGRADE INTRAMEDULLARY NAIL: A PATIENT SERIES USING A MODIFICATION OF THE STANDARD TECHNIQUE.