of the craniofacial skeleton.
Lack of correlation between the type of COL1A1 or COL1A2 mutation and hearing loss in osteogenesis
While the classic method of distraction osteogenesis
is through a circular frame construct as mentioned above, this method can also be performed using unilateral rail systems.
In several LMHF studies, osteogenesis
was increased significantly when MSCs on TCP were vibrated at accelerations of 0.3 g at 35 Hz or 45 Hz [49, 50].
This etiological heterogeneity may reduce the validity of these results due to low osteogenesis
or proliferation of autologous BMSCs in patients with GC-induced ONFH [10-12].
Quality of life in children and adolescents with Osteogenesis
Imperfecta: a qualitative interview based study.
The technique of transformational osteogenesis
is also described by Ilizarov, which involves the mechanical stimulation of pathologic bony interfaces through variations in compression and distraction to induce osteogenesis
and regenerate normal bony continuity [15, 33, 34].
With subjective examination, she was diagnosed with phenotypical characteristics of congenital osteogenesis
imperfecta: triangular face shape, dentonogenesis imperfecta, bulgy chest shape, shortened, arch-like curved bottom limbs, deformed left humerus, and characteristics of right hip-joint dislocation.
imperfecta type III: Delineation of the phenotype with reference to genetic heterogeneity.
Aim: We aimed to evaluate the clinical and radiological results of an intramedullary fixation system used in surgeries for fractures and deformities of osteogenesis
imperfecta where we applied a new design corkscrew tipped intramedullary nailing.
Treatment of maxillary deft palate: Distraction osteogenesis
Bio-Oss[R] has a porous nature that corresponds to 75 to 80% of its total volume, which greatly increases the surface area of the material and contributes to osteogenesis
(Sollazzo et al., 2010) This bone substitute allows bone repair, since it is potentially osteoconductive and characterized for not activating the immune system (Bassi & Carvalho, 2011).