Radiographic results were able to identify shortened vertebrae with irregular endplates and ventral periosteal
reactions but did not give evidence about the integrity of the spinal cord.
When a mixed lytic and sclerotic, motheaten, or permeative appearance is identified with cortical disruption and complex periosteal
reaction in a young patient, diagnostic considerations may include osteosarcoma, Ewing's sarcoma, active osteomyelitis, and Langerhans cell histiocytosis.
Dynamic histomorphmetry in periosteal
surface and endocortical surface.
An ABC's margins are well defined by a more or less continuous shell of reactive periosteal
Methods which are used as biological resurfacing include: perichondrion transfer, periosteal
transfer, osteochondral autograft and the recent autologous chondrocyte grafts .
A slim, orthopedic periosteal
elevator was used to protect the underlying skin during the cutting and the metal was cooled with the continuous flow of sterile water through a continuous bladder irrigation set-up.
Cocuklarda asitretin kullanimi osteoporoz, periosteal
kopma, uzun kemiklerde incelme ve epifizlerin erken kapanmasi gibi iskelet anomalilerine sebep olabilir.
A canthoplasty with a periosteal
flap or a fascia lata graft to correct lateral retinacular dehiscence may also be necessary.
While the pain is most likely periosteal
in origin, it may also involve the various fascial and muscular attachments to the iliac crest.
There is often a periosteal
reaction, and osteosarcomas and chondrosarcomas typically show areas of ossification.
One month earlier, at another hospital, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showed a lytic lesion with minimal periosteal
reaction in the left humerus.
This was less than the number of respondents who said that they were "at least somewhat familiar" with the two procedures, periosteal
elevation (PE) and transphyseal bridging, also known as screws and wires.