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Apr 27, 2011 Online Medical Dictionary and glossary with medical definitions.

Periosteum is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Periosteum books and related discussion.

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belief of anatomists and surgeons that the periosteum is osteo- genetic.
Determination of Shear Strength of Periosteum Attached to Bone
Static-strain-induced adaptation of the fibrous periosteum
Periosteum of e15 chick tibiotarsi was cultured for 3 days in a tensile tester at stretch levels ranging from 0.85 to. 1.
Enveloping the Tendon Graft With Periosteum to Enhance Tendon
The periosteum contains multipotent stem cells and has the potential to examine the effect of periosteum on tendon-bone healing within a bone tunnel.
Evaluation of Osteogenic Potential of Cultured Periosteum Derived
Abstract: Periosteum is a source of osteoprogenitor cells and some investigators periosteum as a grafting material for the repair of bone and joint defects.

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Three Promising Osteoporosis Treatments Studied
Although osteoblasts usually form bone where it has been reabsorbed, anti-sclerostin antibodies induce formation of bone on "quiet" surfaces such as the periosteum, which increases the diameter and bending strength of long bones, he said.
Management of Combined Bone Defect and Limb-length Discrepancy After Tibial
The periosteum was sutured and the wound closed with a drainage tube. Care must be taken to preserve the tibial growth plate. The external fixator was attached with a 2-cm gap between it and the leg to allow for swelling.

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Periosteum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Periosteum is a membrane that lines the outer surface of all bones, except at the joints of long bones. Endosteum lines the inner surface of all bones.
Periosteum: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia
The periosteum is a fibrous sheath that covers bones. It contains the blood vessels and nerves that provide nourishment and sensation to the bone.
periosteum - definition of periosteum in the Medical dictionary - by
periosteum /peri·os·te·um/ (-os´te-um) a specialized connective tissue covering all bones and having bone-forming potentialities.
Bone Model - Periosteum.avi - YouTube
Dec 16, 2008 This video was produced to help students of human anatomy at Modesto Junior College study our anatomical models.
Periosteal Reaction — Musculoskeletal Radiology — UW Radiology
Periosteal Reaction. The periosteum is a membrane several cell layers thick that covers almost all of every bone.

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