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NEDO:Technology Development to Form Tailor-Made Artificial Bone for Graft Surgery
The autogenous bone graft ...
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Periodontitis: Periodontal Diseases: Merck Manual Home Edition
A dentist or periodontist may also remove part of the ... the diseased area. Periodontal abscesses cause a burst of bone destruction, but immediate treatment with surgery and antibiotics may allow much of the damaged bone to grow back. If the mouth is sore ...
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Berkeley Lab News Center Feature Story: The Toughness of Bone
Almost like a tunneling machine, a vanguard of bone-eating cells called osteoclasts drills lengthwise through old, damaged bone, followed closely by cells called osteoblasts which lay down lamellae of new bone ...
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Scentpost, January 1998
We also plumbed in new drinkers in two new enclosures ... the others, and he was booked in for veterinary treatment. We suspected a broken metatarsal bone. Yindi is one of the puppies rescued by Jan Eymann after he was orphaned in ...
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Shark attacks man off California coast
White "[Fontan] had an approximately 8- to 10-inch laceration on his left leg with bone and muscle exposed," Stevens said. "And on his upper back area, he had a mid ... news media. The board had what appeared to be two large teeth marks and a damaged area that measured about 5 inches across. Surfer Brook Gardner said she watched the attack ...
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Part III, Chapter 13, Magnesium Deficiency in the Pathogenesis of Disease, by Dr. Mildred S. Seelig
Also, patients with hypercalcemia are prone to metastatic calcification despite pyrophosphatase ... but of cardiovascular tissues (especially intramural coronary arteries, myocardium, and endocardium) and bone. Because neonatal hypocalcemia is usually noted first, and usually aggressively treated ...
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Part III, Chapter 14, Magnesium Deficiency in the Pathogenesis of Disease, by Dr. Mildred S. Seelig
Calcitonin is a preferable agent because it increases deposition of calcium in bone, stimulating bone alkaline pyrophosphatase (Orimo et al., 1970), without transferring calcium to soft tissue ... Deficiency Contributes, Especially When Complicated by Calcemic and Phosphate Therapy Among the tissues damaged by magnesium deficiency, those of the cardiovascular and skeletal and the urinary ...
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Hurricane Preparedness Tips
Other injuries include puncture wounds resulting from exposed nails, metal, or glass, and bone fractures. State and local health departments may issue health advisories or recommendations particular ... cannot be effectively cleaned and sanitized. Inspect canned foods and discard any food in damaged cans. Can damage is shown by swelling; leakage; punctures; holes; fractures; extensive deep rusting ...
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Cameroon Wildlife Aid Fund: Latest news
The wound on his arm is to the bone and the wounds in his groin from the rope are nasty. He has worms ... clip because he's so skinny. The wound on his arm is to the bone and the wounds in his groin from the rope are nasty. He has worms ... . Luna is a unique baboon who has only half of one arm. It was damaged in a fight and amputated. It's very heartening to see her carry the ...
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Osteoporosis: Bone, Joint, and Muscle Disorders: Merck Manual Home Edition
Estrogen deficiency increases bone breakdown and results in rapid bone loss. Bone loss is even greater if calcium intake or vitamin D levels ... that has occurred in some people who take bisphosphonates. In this condition, the jaw becomes damaged and infected. People who take bisphosphonates intravenously, who have cancer, or both are at highest ...
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