Chondrogenic potential of intramembranous skeletal bones


Autoři: Korenkov Oleksii;  Larina Kateryna
Působiště autorů: Sumy State University, Sumy, Ukraine
Vyšlo v časopise: Clinical Osteology 2022; 27(4): 126-130
Kategorie: Přehledové články

Souhrn

The analysis of scientific sources regarding the presence of chondrogenic potential in intramembranous bones was carried out. Detailed information is provided on the elements of the general conservative program of enchondral and intramembranous ossification, on the conditions for the formation of cartilage tissue in the cranial sutures and in the area of reparative regeneration of flat bones of the skull, as well as on the possibility of cartilage matrices to have an optimizing effect on reparative osteogenesis in the intramembranous bones of the skeleton.


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Biochemie Dětská gynekologie Dětská radiologie Dětská revmatologie Endokrinologie Gynekologie a porodnictví Interní lékařství Ortopedie Praktické lékařství pro dospělé Radiodiagnostika Rehabilitační a fyzikální medicína Revmatologie Traumatologie Osteologie
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