porosis


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porosis

(pɔːˈrəʊsɪs)
n
(Medicine) med a porous condition of bones
Translations

po·ro·sis

n. porosis, formación de una cavidad.
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Author Dr Thais Rasia da Silva said: "The diet could be a useful strategy for the prevention of osteo porosis and fractures." LIVE WELL TO 101: PAGE 24
As a consequence, blood supply to the bone can be interrupted, and cortical bone porosis can appear at the site of implant placement.
Table 4 Association Research Circulation Osseous (ARCO) International Classification System Stage Features 0 No changes I Normal x-rays and CT; lesion visible on MRI or scintigraphy II Sclerosis, osteolysis, or focal porosis observed III Crescent sign with or without flattening of articular head IV Osteoarthritis, acetabular changes, joint destruction ARCO (Association Research Circulation Osseous): Committee on terminology and classification.
IMC Osteo- Osteo- Normal Total porosis penia N % N % N % N % Bajo 4 4 2 2 2 2 8 8 Normal 0 0 6 6 25 25 31 * 31 * Sobrepeso 36 * 36 * 4 4 0 0 40 * 40 * Obeso 17 17 4 4 0 0 21 * 21 * * p < 0.01.
However his low normal Parathormone level suggested the possibility of a PTH like peptide secre- tion by tumour cells causing severe degree of osteo- porosis witnessed in some of the X-rays.
X-ray showed mild porosis with normal wrist joint After obtaining informed consent, Patient underwent excision biopsy of right sided swelling under tourniquet & tissue was send for histopathology.
With the proceeding of porosis, the biomaterials self-degrade to accommodate cells, growth factors, and nutriments, and then new bone occupies the space of the implant, so the bone is reconstructed.