osseous tissue


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osseous tissue

[′äs·ē·əs ¦tish·ü]
(histology)
Bone tissue.
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- US-based dental device company Convergent Dental, Inc.'s Solea, the first FDA cleared CO2 9.3 micron dental laser for hard and soft tissue, has also been cleared to perform osseous tissue procedures, the company said.
The aim of this work was to demonstrate the effect of TTMo on the histology of osseous tissue from large bones in this experimental model to gather information regarding bone fragility of ruminants with molybdenosis.
Out of presented metallic materials, the titanium and its alloys are considered to be the most biocompatible, with the best corrosion resistance in human body and with the most powerful relation between the implant and the surrounding osseous tissue. The alloys for the implants are described in table 1 (Catana et al., 2008).
Fibrous dysplasia is an idiopathic disorder in which medullary bone is replaced with fibrous and osseous tissue. It is an indolent expansile mass that slowly enlarges until it causes significant clinical symptoms and/or aesthetic deformities.
(1,4) The strong structure of osseous tissue limits the growth of the hydatid cyst, which spreads along medullar and trabecular channels.
(15) Imaging characteristics may overlap with fibrous dysplasia and osteoma, and the imaging appearance varies with the amount of fibrous and osseous tissue that is present.
Canal reaming should progress until osseous tissue is observed in the reaming flutes.
A bone matrix, "CollapAn L" facilitates formation of callus stimulating osseous tissue restoration.
Hip replacements parallel dental applications in that they are both load bearing situations with close proximity to vascular and osseous tissue. They are also both articulated joints that experience wear.
--the capacity of modifying its structure and features depending on the solicitations that they support (for example: mechanical charging for the osseous tissue or the blood flow for the blood-vessels);