osteonecrosis

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os·te·o·ne·cro·sis

n. osteonecrosis, destrucción y deteorización completa de tejido óseo.
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osteonecrosis

n osteonecrosis f
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On the other hand, although the bubbles are called "silent", their acute, asymptomatic but repeated presence in circulation plays a role in the formation of cardiovascular, osteonecrotic and cerebral lesions in the long-term period (16).
Jureus et al .[13] believed that the size of the osteonecrotic lesion predicted the outcome.
(4) These imaging features reflect the body's underlying response to wall off the osteonecrotic process.
Wang et al., "Porous composite scaffold incorporating osteogenic phytomolecule icariin for promoting skeletal regeneration in challenging osteonecrotic bone in rabbits," Biomaterials, vol.
Antoniou, "Abnormal vascular endothelial growth factor expression in mesenchymal stem cells from both osteonecrotic and osteoarthritic hips," Bulletin of the NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases, vol.
CBCT images are also employed for pre- and post-surgical evaluation of bone graft receiver sites and to assess osteonecrotic changes of the jaws like medication-related osteonecrosis of the jaw (38, 39).
The Association Research Circulation Osseous (ARCO) classification is a hip joint specific international standard that stages osteonecrotic changes, from 0 (no disease) to 5 (complete joint destruction), (Table 4).
Vascularized compared with nonvascularized fibular grafts for large osteonecrotic lesions of the femoral head.
The ON model was established as previously described with confirmation of severe osteonecrotic changes that persisted throughout 20 weeks [1].
During ONFH, IL33 may also play a role by impacting bone remodeling both directly and indirectly after it is released from osteonecrotic bones [18].
Placement in the osteonecrotic site was confirmed by fluoroscopy and the loss of resistance derived from the peripheral sclerosis zone of the osteonecrotic site.
The osteonecrotic changes and repair processes in steroid-treated rabbits were observed by histopathological examination using a light microscope six weeks after modeling.