Multiple theories such as disruption of sensory nerves within the bone marrow, venous hypertension, regional acceleratory
rapidity of the ordinary biological regional processes after fracture, arthrodesis, or osteotomy), and trauma have been proposed, but no one mechanism has been authenticated for the development of BME., Given the former findings, it is also rational to assume that BME in ONFH might be an inflammatory change to mechanical stress of subchondral fractures or to tissue ischemia around the necrotic area.,,
The increase in the rate of tooth movement can be explained by the process of regional acceleratory
phenomenon (RAP), originally described by Frost.18 The osteopenia induced by perforations leads to a zone of increased remodelling activity, which essentially leads to faster tooth movement than normal.19,20
Allant, Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, Tennessee (JAS), Stanford Linear Acceleratory
Center, Stanford, California (MJB), and Fermi National Accelerator Lab, Batavia, Illinois (DLT, SSA).
However, the effect of SS compared to CS is more obvious for declining hydration heat at the acceleratory
period of the exothermic reaction.
Currently, regional acceleratory
phenomenon (RAP) induced by surgical trauma has received great attention by acting directly on bone remodeling, accelerating tooth movement, and consequently reducing orthodontic treatment time .
effect of DFSCs on the apoptotic signals on the lymphocytes was significant.
match-play demands of a Super Rugby team over a competitive season.
Mitsunaga, "Melanogenesis acceleratory
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Some researchers [13,17] stated that the rate of reaction in initial reaction, induction, and acceleratory
periods is controlled by nucleation and growth of the C-S-H formed in the main reaction.
(12) Traumatic force to the head during a sports-related concussion results in shear and pressure forces to the brain as a direct result of rapid acceleratory
displacement of the brain relative to the skull.