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Osteogenesis imperfecta has been compared to being a brick in a wall without enough mortar, her mother says in the video: ''It will still stand, but it will tend to crumble.
In this study, the type-I-collagen-GAG gel-coated HA achieved good osteogenesis ability and mechanical properties for a clinical scaffold material.
Although fetuin-A blocks the TGF-[beta]/BMP system to inhibit osteogenesis, fetuin-A may affect the role of other regulatory mechanisms with regard to bone metabolism conferred through osteoblasts, osteoclasts, or other bone cells.
1) Significant retardation of osteogenesis has been observed in animal studies with damage to the intramedullary nutrient vessels in osteotomized bones.
Based on recent studies demonstrating that Panax notoginseng saponins could stimulate bone marrow stromal cell osteogenesis by modulating gap junction intercellular communication activity (Li et al.
Management of severe maxillary deficiency in childhood and adolesence through distraction osteogenesis with an external, adjustable, rigid distraction device.
Histologically, the osteogenesis was of intra membranous type and no cartilage cells were observed at any point of time.
The search for an ideal, safe, efficient and cost-effective protocol to assess progress in osteogenesis is on the rise.
One patient who had 3-D ultrasound of her fetus with fatal osteogenesis imperfecta told Dr.
He has Osteogenesis Imperfecta, Type I, which means his bones are so brittle they can shatter at the slightest impact.