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Literary usage of Calcareously
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1882)
"... >f the heart's contractions and their strength. The medulla oblongata in this case seemed to be absent. The placenta was calcareously degenerated ..."
2. A Text-book of practical medicine: Designed for the Use of Students and by Alfred Lebbeus Loomis (1895)
"... ductus communis into the duodenum, the duct may become enormously dilated, and have its walls thickened, hyper- trophied, or calcareously degenerated. ..."
3. Transactions of the Pathological Society of London by Pathological Society of London (1877)
"... several of the small, white, nodular growths named above came away, and it was evident some of them were bony or degenerating calcareously. ..."
4. Essentials of pathology and morbid anatomy by Charles Edward Armand Semple (1890)
"... and is composed of corpora amylacea calcareously infiltrated, and containing a few cells and blood-vessels. f MYOMATA (Muscular Tumours). ..."
5. Verhandlungen des X. Internationalen medicinischen congresses: Berlin, 4.-9 by László Farkas, Congress Internationale Medicinische (1891)
"Next effort resulted in the instruments shown, — that never have failed save when they struck a calcareously degenerated fibroid. Dr. Kimball was satisfied ..."
6. Diseases of the Urinary Organs: A Compendium of Their Diagnosis, Pathology by William Wallace Morland (1858)
"... to use special precautions against unwholesome or calcareously impregnated drinks, or such as are highly acescent, malt liquors, etc., ..."