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1,330 Possible Causes for Bone, Cement

  • Bone Biopsy

    The bone cement is injected while observing under x-ray. Vertebroplasty Surgical Procedure In vertebroplasty the cement is injected directly into the fractured vertebra.[] Transiliac bone biopsy is indicated for selected patients with metabolic bone disease where less invasive investigations have yielded inconclusive results.[] Additional screening for unsuspected pathology and for parameters related to metabolic bone disease may predict the effectiveness of the donor bone.[]

  • Bone Tumor

    The radiolucent line score quantified around the cemented stem was lower in the HA Collar Group when compared with the Noncollar Group (p 0.001).[] In fact, malignant bone tumors (bone sarcomas) account for only 0.2% of all cancers.[] In two cases of benign bone tumor, we performed complete removal of the tumor and immediate filling of the metacarpal bone with injectable calcium-phosphate cement Arexbone[]

  • Long Bone Fracture

    Cement augmentations were performed in the majority of cases (91%).[] […] of long bones.[] The ends were then cemented to two mobile brackets within a fracture/deformity simulator. Optical trackers were drilled into each fragment.[]

  • Osteoporosis

    OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to describe a novel approach for anterior cervical fixation, which uses cement augmentation in a patient with osteoporosis.[] […] the bone remodeling process.[] Once the balloon is removed, a cement mixture is injected into the cavity.[]

  • Aneurysmal Bone Cyst

    Minimally invasive treatment was performed with percutaneous injection of osteoconductive cement (Cerament) to induce sclerosis and bone remodeling of the bone cyst lesion[] Abstract Aneurysmal bone cyst is a rare, non-neoplastic lesion that mostly involves the long bone and the spine, and is characterized by its expansile, vascular, and multi-cystic[] Amongst the associated lesions, cement-ossifying fibroma and ossifying fibroma were the most common, followed by fibrous dysplasia and central giant cell granuloma.[]

  • Bone Necrosis

    Abstract The implant of a femoral prosthesis is a critical process because of the relatively high temperature values reached at the bone/cement interface during the cementation[] Necrotic bone shows an altered fluorescence pattern (pale or no fluorescence).[] Polymerization temperatures at the bone-cement interface have been measured and range between 40 degrees and 110 degrees, depending on the thickness of the cement line.[]

  • Metabolic Bone Disease

    These include: Vertebroplasty , which involves injecting cement directly into fractured vertebral bodies.[] Osteoporosis, a common MBD caused by imbalances between bone formation and bone resorption.[] […] slowly to changes in bone physiology.[]

  • Bone Cyst

    The patient then underwent intralesional curettage with alpha-tricalcium phosphate cement reconstruction of the lytic defect.[] Abstract Aneurysmal bone cyst is a rare, non-neoplastic lesion that mostly involves the long bone and the spine, and is characterized by its expansile, vascular, and multi-cystic[] 75 patients with SBCs either with continuous decompression by inserting HA pins after curettage and multiple drilling (group 1, n   39 patients) or with calcium phosphate cement[]

  • Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus

    The patient underwent surgery for the removal of the artificial left knee joint and placement of vancomycin-impregnated bone cement beads against methicillin-resistant S.[] KEYWORDS: Bone; MRSA; Osteomyelitis; Prosthetic joint; Telavancin[] However, it spread rapidly to involve the periorbital tissue and the bones of the orbital walls to form a periorbital abscess and orbital cellulitis. 2015 BMJ Publishing Group[]

  • Isosorbide

    […] alternative cements.[] The obtained results suggest potential applicability of resulted new porous crosslinked polymeric materials as temporary bone void fillers. Copyright 2014 Elsevier B.V.[] Jpn J Otolaryngol (Tokyo) 79: 747–760 Google Scholar Ishi T, Suzuki J, Toriyama M (1980) Histopathology of temporal bones with endolymphatic collapse.[]

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