subperiosteal


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sub·per·i·os·te·al

 (sŭb′pĕr-ē-ŏs′tē-əl)
adj.
Beneath the periosteum: subperiosteal tooth implants.
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The thoracolumbar spine was exposed through a posterior midline incision, and the posterior elements were exposed through a subperiosteal approach.
Pachydermoperiostosis (PDP) is a rare disorder characterized by skin thickening (pachydermia), digital clubbing, proliferation of periosteum (periostitis) with subperiosteal new bone formation, and an excess of affected males.
The worldwide dental implants market, in terms of product type is segmented into intramucosal plants, endosteal implants, subperiosteal implants, and transosteal implants.
Tissue damage is mostly minor, such as subconjunctival hemorrhage, but in severe cases it might be more significant, such as subperiosteal hemorrhage which requires surgical intervention.
The scalpel was located in accordance with the ideal osteotomy line without creation of a frank subperiosteal tunnel.
Lisovaya IG, Russiyskiy PV (2014) Prevention of complications in surgical stage of subperiosteal implantation in patients with multiple and total tooth loss.
Approximately 10 days after the injury, calcification of the subperiosteal bleeding creates the classic double cortex line.
5) Combination of trauma and muscle traction may play a role in its development; that is, the trauma may cause subperiosteal bleeding or oedema that would locally elevate the periosteum.
1,2,4,5,6,9,10,11,13 Minor trauma may cause subperiosteal edema or bleeding and the muscle traction could locally elevate the periosteum.
A dissection was carried out in the septal plane, down to the orbital rim where a subperiosteal dissection was performed across the midface, releasing the arcus marginalis, and orbitomalar ligament.