osteoid


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osteoid

[′äs·tē‚ȯid]
(histology)
The young hyaline matrix of true bone in which the calcium salts are deposited.
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A, Low-power photomicrograph revealing a well-circumscribed tumor of the liver with an organoid proliferation of spindle or epithelioid cells and osteoid formation surrounded by prominent myofibroblastic stroma.
In this case report, we describe our procedure for performing RFA of a metacarpal osteoid osteoma without damage to adjacent tissues.
The newly formed osteocytes were also trapped in the osteoid. Comparing the 3 groups showed that the highest number of osteoblasts and osteocytes was present in the PRP-treated group (both Ps=0.001).
Osteoid Osteoma: It is commonly found in young men in their 2nd or 3rd decades of life but is rarely seen in older patients.5 It can be present in any bone (cortical or cancellous) but commonly involves lower extremity with femur and tibia.
Approximately 75% of GCRGs show osteoid or new bone formation, but the density of lesions is nonuniform.
At the 21st day, the callus was predominantly composed of osteoid tissue with small amounts of cartilage in the taurine group.
The presence of areas of mineralization was also observed (poorly differentiated osteoid matrix).
A male dog (0.9%) was diagnosed with osteosarcoma with features of round, plump to fusiform cells surrounded by pinkish osteoid materials.
Robert Tofe, President and Founder of Snoasis Medical stated, "Decreased post-operative pain means happier patients, higher bone volume allows clinicians to place subsequent dental implants in a shorter period of time, and more osteoid formation means clinicians are placing their dental implants into better bone." He added, "These results add to the growing body of evidence in support of our position that adoption of BioXclude represents a simple and inexpensive, yet highly effective means to improve practice productivity and patient satisfaction."
The histopathological presence of osteoid and mature adipose tissue confirms the diagnosis of benign osteolipomas and are best managed surgically by complete resection of the mass and usually carry good prognosis.