cancellous bone

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cancellous bone

[kan′sel·əs ‚bōn]
(histology)
A form of bone near the ends of long bones having a cancellous matrix composed of rods, plates, or tubes; spaces are filled with marrow.
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Taguchi, "Association of cortical shape of the mandible on panoramic radiographs with mandibular trabecular bone structure in Japanese adults: a cone-beam CT-image analysis," Oral Radiology, vol.
Several researchers [8],[9],[13] have studied the structure of trabecular bones in normal and KD lunates to investigate the differences of structural characteristics and strength between them.
Ultimately, at the 4-year mark all three groups increased trabecular bone scores, so it also supports our rationale to consider the use of these treatment strategies, specifically the ones when you're switching to or continuing denosumab," Dr.
The von Mises equivalent stress was computed for cortical and trabecular bone.
Among current hormone therapy users, trabecular bone scores as well as bone mineral density values were significantly higher in comparison with past users or those who had never used the therapy.
In the present study, we developed an osteoporotic rat model to assess the effects of postmenopausal osteoporosis on trabecular bone formation.
The architecture of trabecular bone was observed per unit area in four different fields per slide and then averaged.
Researchers also noted that the magnitude of the increase in spine trabecular bone mineral density from baseline was significantly associated with changes in total testosterone and estradiol.
Many reasons explain why the elderly are susceptible to fracture; however, the main reason is the decreased bone strength caused by age-related trabecular bone loss [3, 4].
a look at the trabecular bone score as a tool to characterize bone strength and overall fracture risk
The patients postoperative course was satisfactory The pathologic diagnosis was described as a sclerotic bony lesion consisting of trabecular bone surrounding tan-brown soft tissue.
Experimental studies demonstrated that the consumption of ethanol in different concentrations (5 to 20%) caused morphological alterations in trabecular bone, volume, repair and biomechanical alterations in bone tissue (Lima et al.