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osteoplasty

[′äs·tē·ə‚plas·tē]
(medicine)
Plastic surgery performed on bone, particularly bone tissue replacement or reconstruction.
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Hence, we recommend screening of bone in the case of GSS to discount secondary involvement.[3] Asymptomatic bony disease can be managed with radiation and bisphosphonates, while those with deformity, instability, or neurological deficits require early surgical intervention, such as osteoplasty or posterior instrumentation.[2],[4] The present case highlights the importance of proper surgical treatment for patients with Gorham-Stout syndrome.
This retrospective study involved 29 consecutive patients (16 women, 13 men; 63.1[+ or -]14.4 years) who underwent osteoplasty with or without concomitant radiofrequency ablation (RFA) for the treatment of 40 painful extraspinal and spinal osteolyses due to metastatic disease (n=33) or multiple myeloma (n=7) (Table 1).
Arthroscopic versus open osteoplasty of the head-neck junction: a cadaveric investigation.
Lauer, "Spontaneous tooth eruption after alveolar cleft osteoplasty using tissue-engineered bone: a case report," Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, Oral Radiology, and Endodontology, vol.
Materials based on hydroxyapatite (HA) are most widely used in osteoplasty, as it is nontoxic, biocompatible and corrosion-resistant.
In situ pinning with arthroscopic osteoplasty for mild SCFE: A preliminary technical report.
Hip arthroscopy for intra-articular pathology: a systematic review of outcomes with and without femoral osteoplasty. Br J Sports Med.
Biomechanical effect of crestal bone osteoplasty before implant placement: a three-dimensional finite element analysis.
The treating surgeon (N.S) has performed a left hip Bernese periacetabular osteotomy and femoral neck osteoplasty with partial excision of the osteochondroma through a modified Smith-Peterson approach (Figures 1(c) and 1(d)).
Cementoplasty includes procedures such as vertebroplasty, kyphoplasty, sacroplasty, and osteoplasty, and is typically performed by trained interventional radiologists and surgeons [48].