osteogenesis


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osteogenesis

[¦äs·tē·ō′jen·ə·səs]
(physiology)
Formation or histogenesis of bone.
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Rapid canine distalization through segmental alveolar distraction osteogenesis. Angle Orthod 2007;77:226-36.
It could mimic the natural function of red bone marrow, supply key cytokines to promote angiogenesis, accelerate material degradation, and stimulate osteogenesis of artificial bone [Figure 4].
But the regeneration required by distraction osteogenesis, in which the bone ends are repeatedly moved further apart, is much more extensive.
Bone transport, using the principles of distraction osteogenesis, is an alternative treatment option for large-scale bone defects and is a proven technique with several potential advantages over the induced-membrane technique.
The investigators selected 30 Hz because they noted that osteogenesis was promoted following whole body vibration under 100 Hz [35] and they selected higher frequencies because higher frequencies are more suited for localized body vibrations [10].
The Effects of GC Treatment and Lentivirus-Meditated Dkk-1 RNAi on the Osteogenesis and Adipogenesis of BMSCs In Vitro.
Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI) is a genetic bone disorder characterized by fragile bones that break easily.
La Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI), actualmente entra dentro de la clasificacion de las llamadas "enfermedades raras" por su baja incidencia, ya que afecta a 1 de cada 10.000 recien nacidos (puede variar segun fuentes), asimismo, afecta a mujeres y a hombres sin distincion de sexos ni razas en el mundo.
The use of a corticotomy instead of osteotomy emphasizes the importance of the blood supply to osteogenesis. Both the periosteal and medullary blood supply can be preserved by cutting only the cortex.
The medical history of our 41-year-old female patient revealed an earlier diagnosis of osteogenesis imperfecta and 4 fractures.
Keywords: Osteogenesis imperfecta; granulocyte colony-stimulating factor; muscle strength

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