intraosseous


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Related to intraosseous: intraosseous needle
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in·tra·os·se·ous

a. intraóseo-a, dentro de la sustancia ósea.
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intraosseous

adj intraóseo
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Pain reduction in untreated irreversible pulpitis using an intraosseous injection of Depo-MedrolA(r).
Based on histopathological features, a final diagnosis of primary intraosseous microcystic ACC was given.
The aim of the present article is to report a case of a patient with low-grade mandibular intraosseous mucoepidermoid carcinoma who was diagnosed after routine consultation and subsequently treated with resection through hemimandibulectomy.
The magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) examination was applied for the confirmation and it showed 22 x 20 mm intraosseous cystic lesion at the posterior part of the calcaneus which revealed hypointense signal on [T.sub.1]-weighted images and hyperintense signal on [T.sub.2]-weighted images (Figure 1).
The study of intraosseous arteries of the lunate will help to reveal the arterial anatomic factor of KD.
Histologic Tumor Grade.--For primary intraosseous squamous carcinoma, the conventional squamous cell carcinoma grade is used.
Key words: neoplasia, lipoma, intraosseous, bone, fracture, avian, rose-breasted cockatoo, Eolophus roseicapilla
in their thesis proved that although intraosseous injection is a useful technique, commonly used during various dental procedures and the duration of injection lasts longer than conventional techniques, there is a possibility of clogging the tip of the needle, then the duration of the anaesthesia is insufficient for long-term dental procedures [14].
Intraosseous unicystic, which account for 13% of maxillary ameloblastomas.
As the irregular radiopaque mass was positioned within the bone (intraosseous), extraction of 51 and surgical removal of the tooth-like structures was planned.
It is usually considered when the tooth is in an intraosseous position and there are no clinical or radiological signs of its eruption after expected time.1 There is controversy about expected time of a tooth eruption as it is mentioned in literature in terms of chronological age, dental age and skeletal age.
Intraosseous hemangioma (IH) is not a frequently-encountered entity and usually affects the vertebral body and skull vault.