Real-time-guided bone regeneration around standardized critical size calvarial
defects using bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells and collagen membrane with and without using tricalcium phosphate: an in vivo micro-computed tomographic and histologic experiment in rats.
osteosarcoma with cerebral compression in a free-ranging powerful owl (Ninox strenua).
Histologic evaluation of autogenous calvarial
bone in maxillary onlay bone grafts: a report of two cases.
SHED repair critical-size calvarial
defects in mice.
Numerous autogenous materials have been used as interpositional materials, including temporalis myofascial flap (Golovine, 1898), fascia lata, auricular cartilage, dermis, full-thickness skin, fourth metatarsal (Bardenheur, 1909), costochondral graft (Gillies, 1920), second metatarsal (Entin et al, 1968), sterno clavicular joint, ulnar head, rib, calvarial
bone, fibula, and iliac bone.
Bi-parietal diameter was measured from the outer aspect of the proximal calvarial
wall to the inner aspect of the distal calvarial
They tested human cells treated with lipocalin-2 and prolactin to regrow bone by implanting them in mice with a calvarial
defect, where part of the skullcap has been surgically removed to model critical-sized bone loss.
Enhancement of bone formation in rat calvarial
bone defects using low-level laser therapy.
Methods: This quasi-experimental study was conducted at the Combined Military Hospital, Rawalpindi, Pakistan, from June 2011 to December 2014, and comprised paediatric patients undergoing calvarial
fracture patterns on CT imaging predict risk of a delayed epidural hematoma following decompressive craniectomy for traumatic brain injury.
Given the palpable quality of the lesion, magnetic resonance imaging and angiogram (MRI/MRA) of the head with gadolinium enhancement was performed, revealing a 1,5-cm mass underlying the scalp defect, without calvarial
After 5 days of daily injections, calvarial
tissues were removed, fixed with 4% paraformaldehyde, and decalcified with 20% EDTA for 12 days.