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se·ques·trum

 (sĭ-kwĕs′trəm)
n. pl. se·ques·tra (-trə)
A fragment of dead bone separated from healthy bone as a result of injury or disease.

[Latin, deposit, from neuter of sequester, depositary, trustee; see sekw- in Indo-European roots.]

sequestrum

(sɪˈkwɛstrəm)
n, pl -tra (-trə)
(Pathology) pathol a detached piece of necrotic bone that often migrates to a wound, abscess, etc. See sequester
[C19: from New Latin, from Latin: something deposited;]
seˈquestral adj
Translations

se·ques·trum

n. sequestrum, secuestro, fragmento de un hueso necrosado que se separa de un hueso sano adyacente.
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Although microsurgery and sequestrectomy have been suggested to be advantageous in early-stage comparisons in selected cases, several other studies have not found significant differences in the long-term follow-ups [8-9].
Management includes abscess drainage, sequestrectomy of affected tissues and bone, as well as broad-spectrum postoperative intravenous antibiotic use for 6-8 weeks.
Herdmann, "Chronic dura erosion and intradural lumbar disc herniation: CT and MR imaging and intraoperative photographs of a transdural sequestrectomy," European Spine Journal, vol.
The affected mandibular region was opened, and a sequestrectomy of the mental region was performed.
During the first postoperative day, a routine postoperative lumbar MRI scan was performed (Figure 3) and demonstrated a complete sequestrectomy and successful decompression of the nerve roots.
Mayer et al., "19.3 EuroDlSC Study--assessment of efficacy and safety of sequestrectomy plus autologous disc chondrocytes--second interims analysis," Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, vol.
The patient was readmitted four months later for tibial sequestrectomy (Figure 2 c, d and e).
Based on the clinical and radiological findings (Figure 1), a diagnosis of bisphosphonate related osteonecrosis of the jaw (BRONJ) was made and sequestrectomy performed.
All patients were managed under general anesthesia for involucrum sequestrectomy followed by primary closure.
Specific management regimens have included chlorhexidine rinses, antibiotic therapy, nonsurgical sequestrectomy (simple removal of mobile bone fragments), and surgical debridement and/or resection of necrotic bone [8].