Hemorrhages were found beneath the periosteum in the region of the lower incisor teeth and the acetabulum and ribs.
Osseous tumors may arise from the periosteum or from the marrow.
If the bone is not affected, or the periosteum laid bare, the balsam or thin liniment may be omitted.
Dr. Ollier inserted a piece of periosteum from the bone of a young dog under the skin of a rabbit, and true bone was developed.
Bones are covered with a tough skin, or membrane (periosteum).
No recent deposits of soft rachitical bone had taken place under the periosteum.
In like manner the inflammatory changes keep spreading until we have the periosteum next the ends of the bones affected.
Inflammation of the joints is infrequent and in a few cases only, inflammation of the periosteum has been observed.
The periosteum can now be reflected from the front of the sinus, and pushed upwards with the skin on to the forehead.
Gangrene occurs in the periosteum as the result of excessive detachment from the bone and compression due to excessive exudation.
periosteum per·i·os·te·um (pěr'ē-ŏs'tē-əm)
n. pl. per·i·os·te·a (-tē-ə)
The thick fibrous membrane covering the entire surface of a bone except its articular cartilage and serving as an attachment for muscles and tendons.