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osteolysis

[‚äs·tē′äl·ə·səs]
(medicine)
Degeneration of bone tissue.
(physiology)
Resorption of bone.
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Caption: Figure 1 Skyline view radiograph of left knee showing an osteolytic lesion with marginal sclerosis in the patella with sequestrum in the center (Case 1).
Fractures, osteolytic bone lesions, spinal cord compression, and neuropathy are the most common causes of the pain in myeloma patients.
Detection of bone metastases in breast cancer by 18FDG PET: differing metabolic activity in osteoblastic and osteolytic lesions.
At the end of 9 weeks after surgery, osteogenic and osteolytic activities are observed with remodeling of Haversian system (fig.
Diel described a vicious cycle in which metastatic cells in bone marrow obtain a foothold in bone and release osteolytic factors that trigger osteoclastic activity, resulting in the release of stored growth factors, which in turn encourage further metastatic growth.
With five times greater viscosity than other PMMA bone cements, and about two times the viscosity of DFINE's StabiliT ER2 cement, StabiliT ER(X) is ideal for the treatment of complex osteoporotic and oncologic fractures - including cases with large voids, osteolytic or vascular fractures.
To our knowledge, this is the first case reporting the osseous sclerotic response in a patient with pure osteolytic metastases receiving denosumab therapy.
5%) of myeloid sarcoma involving the bone in which osteolytic lesions were detected in the femur, humerus, pelvis, and cervical vertebra.
An osteolytic mucor mycosis with spinal involvement was diagnosed in a Humboldt penguin (Spheniscus humboldti) that presented with ataxia.
Histopathologic examination of the osteolytic lesion showed a bone tumor with vascular stroma, spindle-shaped stromal cells, and multinucleated giant cells, demonstrating GCT of the right radius.