DFDB

AcronymDefinition
DFDBDemineralized Freeze-Dried Bone
DFDBDecalcified Freeze-Dried Bone Allograft (periodontology)
DFDBDry Foam Detergent Blue
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59, 60) Sin embargo, no presentan propiedades de osteogenesis, lo cual se refleja en su comportamiento histologico durante la reparacion, que se caracteriza por rodearse de particulas de hueso nuevo cuando las particulas de DFDB se encuentran cerca a hueso nativo, pero cuando estan a distancia muestran una escasa remineralizacion o poca formacion de nuevo hueso (29) Se ha sugerido que el uso combinado del DFDB con otros biomateriales puede mostrar mejores resultados.
Segun los resultados de nuestra muestra, el hueso de tibia mostraria caracteristicas superiores a los resultados obtenidos con DFDB y tejidos similares en sus patrones de cicatrizacion, capacidad osteogenica y estabilidad a largo plazo, al ser comparado con hueso de cresta iliaca, con evidencia de menor morbilidad posoperatoria y de una mejor tolerancia por parte del paciente para estos procedimientos; sin embargo, no podemos definir de manera concluyente si existen diferencias histologicas importantes entre los dos tipos de injerto.
From the clinical point of view, the resistance shown by both the tibia bone and the DFDB at the time of implant placement and biopsy was similar to the type 3-4 bone in the classification by Lekholm and Zarb.
42) DFDB is one of the alternatives to autologous bone; it is frequently used and has shown biocompatibility and osteoconductivity properties, as well as a slow reabsorption rate.
59, 60) However, they lack osteogenesis properties, which is reflected in their histological behavior during the repair, characterized by particles surrounding the new bone when DFDB particles are close to native bone, but if they are far, they show little remineralization or limited formation of new bone.
Likewise, Table 4 exhibits diverging flow branch loss coefficients for SD5-10 tees from the DFDB.
It is likewise instructive to compare diverging flow main loss coefficients measured in this study to those available in the DFDB for an analogous fitting, e.
Since such fittings are not geometrically similar to saddle-tap tees, it was deemed to be inappropriate to compare loss coefficient data obtained in this study to those available in DFDB for exhaust duct systems.
A loss coefficient table (loss coefficient as a function of aspect ratio and dimensionless hydraulic diameter) suitable for insertion into the DFDB was prepared for each fitting; these tables are available in Kulkarni et al.