Definition of Hyperostoses

1. Noun. (plural of hyperostosis) ¹



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Definition of Hyperostoses

1. hyperostosis [n] - See also: hyperostosis

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hyperostoses

hyperorthocytosis
hyperorthodoxy
hyperosmia
hyperosmic
hyperosmolality
hyperosmolar
hyperosmolar coma
hyperosmolar comas
hyperosmolar hyperglycemic nonketoic coma
hyperosmolar hyperglycemic nonketoic comas
hyperosmolar nonketotic coma
hyperosmolarity
hyperosmotic
hyperosphresia
hyperosteoidosis
hyperostoses (current term)
hyperostosis
hyperostosis corticalis deformans
hyperostosis frontalis interna
hyperostotic
hyperostotic spondylosis
hyperotreta
hyperovulation
hyperoxaluria
hyperoxia
hyperoxic
hyperoxidant
hyperoxidation
hyperoxide

Literary usage of Hyperostoses

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1. The British Journal of Homoeopathy edited by John James Drysdale, Robert Ellis Dudgeon, Richard Hughes, John Rutherfurd Russell (1876)
"... except that his uvula was lost, but it did not seem to affect him beyond a little hoarseness. Syphilitic hyperostoses of Cranial Bones cured with Aurum. ..."

2. Text-book of otology for physicians and students by Friedrich von Bezold, Fr Siebenmann (1908)
"hyperostoses present themselves more in the form of diffuse ... We shall speak about exostoses and hyperostoses together, as they are found not infrequently ..."

3. Atlas and Epitome of Otology by Gustav Brühl, Seth MacCuen Smith (1902)
"In severe cases the pinna is separated and the site of the atresia excised down to the bone. (j) Exostoses and hyperostoses. ..."

4. Treatise on the Diseases of the Ear: Including the Anatomy of the Organ by Anton Friedrich Tröltsch, Daniel Bennett St. John Roosa (1869)
"Exostoses and hyperostoses. GENTLEMEN : We may now consider the consequences of otitis externa, the disease whose study we entered upon at our last meeting. ..."

5. Roentgen diagnosis of diseases of the head by Arthur Schueller (1918)
"In the hyperostoses of the skull, occurring in the literature up to the present, the skull affection formed the local manifestation of a disease of the ..."

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