intramembranous ossification


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intramembranous ossification

[‚in·trə′mem·brə·nəs ‚äs·ə·fə′kā·shən]
(histology)
Formation of bone tissue directly from connective tissue without a preliminary cartilage stage.
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Endochondral ossification predominates over intramembranous ossification in this region.
The researchers observed changes in intramembranous ossification and marrow hypercellularity resulting from chronic sleep loss.
Based on the research conducted, it has been revealed that at modeling metadiaphyseal humeral fracture given orally with calcium and Vitamin [D.sub.3], Vitamin [B.sub.12] and herbal bioavailability enhancers (Calshaktia) bone adhesion appears by desmal type (intramembranous ossification which is in accordance with Thompson et al.
* In the eighth week of gestation, intramembranous ossification begins on the membrane that covers the cartilaginous nasal capsule.
CED results from disturbance of intramembranous ossification (Fig.(1)) affecting the long bones, calvaria, mandible and facial bones.(11,16) There are a few reported cases of involvement of the skull base (a site of endochondral ossification), but these occur in advanced stages.(3,11,17,18)

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