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  Periosteum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The periosteum is an envelope of fibrous connective tissue that is wrapped around the bone in all places except at joints (which are protected by cartilage).
The periosteum is connected to the bone by strong collagenous fibers called Sharpey's fibres, which extend to the outer circumferential and interstitial lamellae of bone.
The "pericranium" is the periosteum of the skull.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Periosteum   (139 words)

 Medical Massage, pp. 80 - 84
In the diaphysises of long bones, the periosteum has a thickness of about 2-3 millimeters, with a gradual decrease of thickness in the metaphysises and connecting to the cartilage in the epiphyses.
The periosteum is richly innervated and through it pass the blood vessels that feed the bone.
Abnormalities in the periosteum are represented either by local pain or by the changing structure of the periosteum.
aesculapbooks.com /chapter3.html   (350 words)

 Foot & Leg Centers of Georgia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Once the periosteal site has been prepared, a rectangular area of periosteum is outlined that is 2 mm wider and longer than the measured prepared defect in the cartilage.
Elevation of the periosteum should proceed from distal to proximal and care must be used not to damage the cambium layer of the periosteum.
The periosteum is sewn to the periphery of the cartilage using fine 6-0 absorbable suture.
www.foot-leg.com /footleg/topic.asp?code=214E63   (274 words)

 [No title]
(Periosteum is essentially the bone’s epimysium —deep fascia of the bone.) Endosteum is the connective tissue that lines the surface of bony spicules.
The space between the periosteum (the part that lines the inside of the vertebra) and the outer surface of the dura is the epidural space.
Unlike the dura of the spinal cord, the dura of the brain is adherent to the endocranium of the periosteum.
www.uhmc.sunysb.edu /som/students/2003/Lectures/body17.doc   (1527 words)

Numerous experiments show that the formation of bone is essentially due to the action of the periosteum and that, by transplanting detached portions of periosteum into muscular or other tissues, bony tissue is generated in those parts.
It appears to be the curative agent in the case of bone breakage.
In most cases in which the periosteum has become detached as a result of a wound or of disease, the exposed bone perishes (except in the instance of the skull, which derives most of its nutrient matter from the dura mater, actually the periosteum of the inner surface of the skull).
historychannel.com /encyclopedia/article.jsp?link=FWNE.fw..pe049900.a   (215 words)

 PERIOSTEUM: ITS BIOMECHANICAL ROLE IN BONE FRACTURE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The periosteum is a layer of dense fibrous connective tissue which surrounds the external surface of most bones.
For normal ribs (with the periosteum), the maximum deformation and the total energy absorbed were 2.73 cm and 63.6 kg·cm respectively.
Therefore, it is reasonable to assume that the periosteum resists part of the tension imposed on the cortex and thus, contributes to increased resistance of a bone fractured by bending.
asb-biomech.org /onlineabs/NACOB98/286   (677 words)

 Periosteal Reaction   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The periosteum is a membrane several cell layers thick that covers almost all of every bone.
Well, the periosteum is a fairly promiscuous tissue, and puts on a similar response to all comers.
When a process is growing too fast for the periosteum to respond with even thin shells of new bone, sometimes only the edges of the raised periosteum will ossify.
www.rad.washington.edu:8080 /mskbook/periostealreaction   (909 words)

 Abstract: Gene Marking in Adeno-Associated Virus Vector Infected Periosteum Derived Cells for Cartilage Repair
Periosteum was obtained from the tibia of 6-week-old rabbits and enzymatically digested.
The isolated periosteum derived cells were cultured and the subconfluence cells were infected with a recombinant AAV expressing the LacZ gene (AAV-LacZ).
Gene expression in periosteum derived cells was sustained in vitro for at least 12 weeks using the AAV vector, and for 2 weeks ex vivo after transplantation into a cartilage defect.
www.jrheum.com /abstracts/abstracts02/2176.html   (347 words)

The principle obstacle to overcome for the use of periosteal tissue grafts for tissue engineering is the declining cartilage growth potential of periosteum with increasing age of the patient.
We are examining the potential for pretreatment of periosteum with known cartilage-inducing growth factors to enhance (1) the number of chondrogenic precursor cells in periosteum in vivo, (2) the in vitro cartilage growth potential of periosteum and (3) the potential of periosteum to repair articular cartilage defects.
However, the mechanisms by which undifferentiated mesenchymal cells in periosteum detect their mechanical environment, and the cascade of events that eventually result in production of cartilage are unknown.
mayoresearch.mayo.edu /mayo/research/cctrl/projects.cfm   (616 words)

 browlift2a   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
is the modulus of elasticity of the periosteum.
The periosteum will remain unloaded and the stress in the periosteum is approximately zero.
By applying a load through the skin, muscle and periosteum, the three layers are stretched and the stress in each layer is greater.
www.rose-hulman.edu /class/BioMed/browlift/BROWLIFT2.htm   (687 words)

 Systems for securing sutures, grafts and soft tissue to bone and periosteum (US6200330)
In a first embodiment, the invention comprises a piton member implantable within bone having a post or eyelet formed thereon to which the suture or tissue may be attached.
The piton member is designed to become more firmly secured within the bone when pressure is applied to a first axis pushing the piton member into the bone, but may be easily removed when such force is applied in a generally opposed direction.
In a second embodiment, the invention comprises affixation devices that are designed to detachably ensnare with periosteum.
www.delphion.com /details?pn=US06200330__   (477 words)

 Medical Dictionary: Periosteum - WrongDiagnosis.com
Periosteum: a dense fibrous membrane covering the surface of bones (except at their extremities) and serving as an attachment for tendons and muscles; contains nerves and blood vessels that nourish the enclosed bone
Periosteum : fibrous membrane enveloping bones except at joints and the points of tendonous and ligamentous attachment.
A hierarchical classification of Periosteum: The following list attempts to classify Periosteum into categories where each line is subset of the next.
www.wrongdiagnosis.com /medical/periosteum.htm   (185 words)

 Innervation of periosteum and bone by sympathetic vasoactive intestinal peptide-containing nerve fibers -- Hohmann et ...
Innervation of periosteum and bone by sympathetic vasoactive intestinal peptide-containing nerve fibers -- Hohmann et al.
Innervation of periosteum and bone by sympathetic vasoactive intestinal peptide-containing nerve fibers
Neural control of bone metabolism and growth has been suggested, although the identity of participating neurons and neurotransmitters effecting this control has not been established.
www.sciencemag.org /cgi/content/abstract/232/4752/868   (347 words)

 Penile Torsion Repair By Suturing Tunica Albuginea To The Pubic Periosteum
In 11 patients (1 with prior repair), the torsion was corrected by suturing the lateral edge of the corpus cavernosum to the pubic periosteum (study group).
They found that lateral suturing of tunica albuginea to the pubic periosteum to repair penile torsion appeared to be a better technique in their hands.
They were able to adjust the correcting angle during the operation and achieve a complete and accurate correction of the rotation.
www.medicalnewstoday.com /medicalnews.php?newsid=38480   (382 words)

 Effects of Cartilage-Derived Morphogenetic Proteins and Osteogenic Protein-1 on Osteochondrogenic Differentiation of ...
PERIOSTEUM is comprised of two tissue layers; the outer fibroblast
progenitor cells in the cambium layer of the periosteum, the
Scott-Savage P, Hall BK 1980 Differentiative ability of the tibial periosteum for the embryonic chick.
endo.endojournals.org /cgi/content/full/142/5/2087   (4709 words)

 eMedicine - Juxtacortical Tumors : Article by Kimberly J Templeton, MD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
However, in most cases, it is impossible to determine whether the sarcoma arose from within the periosteum or from other juxtacortical connective tissues, with secondary involvement of the periosteum (Huvos, 1991).
Chondroma is a benign tumor composed of mature hyaline cartilage (Unni, 1996).
A shell of new bone formation from the overlying periosteum may also be present (see Image 1).
www.emedicine.com /orthoped/topic617.htm   (3164 words)

 Sindbis-Group Alphavirus Replication in Periosteum and Endosteum of Long Bones in Adult Mice -- Heise et al. 74 (19): ...
Sindbis-Group Alphavirus Replication in Periosteum and Endosteum of Long Bones in Adult Mice -- Heise et al.
in periosteum or tendons from mock-infected mice probed with the
the periosteum of the diaphysis, and it was unclear whether the
jvi.asm.org /cgi/content/full/74/19/9294   (3768 words)

 Arch Facial Plast Surg -- Abstract: Bone Induction Capacity of the Periosteum and Neonatal Dura in the Setting of the ...
Arch Facial Plast Surg -- Abstract: Bone Induction Capacity of the Periosteum and Neonatal Dura in the Setting of the Rat Zygomatic Arch Fracture Model, Jul-Aug 2003, Özçelik et al.
Bone Induction Capacity of the Periosteum and Neonatal Dura in the Setting of the Rat Zygomatic Arch Fracture Model
In group 1, the periosteum was removed and neonatal dura
archfaci.ama-assn.org /cgi/content/abstract/5/4/301   (340 words)

 Correlation of bone scintigraphy and histological findings in medial tibial syndrome -- Bhatt et al. 34 (1): 49 -- ...
periosteum is a feature of medial tibial syndrome.
bone and periosteum: for the periosteum, periosteal thickness,
There is no thickening, but to the right of the centre of the photomicrograph there is an increase in the number of small blood vessels.
bjsm.bmjjournals.com /cgi/content/full/34/1/49   (2188 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
In an adult, the periosteum is attached tightly to the bone.
However, in children, the periosteum is loosely attached until the epiphysis have fused.
The infection will break out of the bone into the periosteum and the periosteum will raise (periosteal elevation).
www.muhealth.org /~md2003/draft8/5-04bone.doc   (2962 words)

 New Way to Grow Bone Gets Thumbs Up
Mature bones are covered with a layer of cells called the periosteum, explains Bonassar.
"We knew that the periosteum contains immature cells with the potential to make bone," he says.
So the team took a sample of the man's periosteum and placed it onto biodegradable scaffolding made of a synthetic material resembling coral.
www.webmd.com /content/article/32/1728_79890.htm   (624 words)

 Mechanisms Responsible for Longitudinal Growth of the Cortex: Coalescence of Trabecular Bone into Cortical Bone -- ...
incorporation in the presence of periosteum or periosteum-conditioned
region of coalescing trabeculae close to the periosteum, osteoblast
membranes between the periosteum and the spongiosa did not prevent
www.ejbjs.org /cgi/content/abstract/85/9/1739   (550 words)

 AllRefer Health - Blood Supply to Bone - Periosteum: Pictures & Images
AllRefer Health - Blood Supply to Bone - Periosteum: Pictures and Images
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Bones require their own blood supply which travels through the periosteum to the inner bone marrow.
health.allrefer.com /health/periosteum-blood-supply-to-bone.html   (229 words)

 System for securing sutures, grafts and soft tissue to bone and periosteum (US20030225424A1)
System for securing sutures, grafts and soft tissue to bone and periosteum (US20030225424A1)
An implant for providing support to an anatomical structure comprising:
www.delphion.com /details?pn=US23225424A1   (353 words)

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