Definition of Osteosarcomata

1. Noun. (plural of osteosarcoma) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Osteosarcomata

1. osteosarcoma [n] - See also: osteosarcoma

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Osteosarcomata

osteoporosis
osteoporotic
osteoporotic marrow defect
osteoprogenitor
osteoprogenitor cell
osteoprogenitors
osteoprotegerin
osteoprotegerins
osteopterygious
osteoradiologist
osteoradiology
osteoradionecrosis
osteorrhaphy
osteosarcoma
osteosarcomas
osteosarcomata (current term)
osteoscleroses
osteosclerosis
osteosclerosis congenita
osteoses
osteosis
osteosis cutis
osteosis eburnisans monomelica
osteosises
osteospongioma
osteosteatoma

Literary usage of Osteosarcomata

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1. Transactions of the Annual Meeting by Ohio State Medical Society (1898)
"The osteosarcomata follow trauma more frequently than any other form of malignant tumors. Trauma preceded the tumor in probably one-fourth the number of ..."

2. Surgical Diagnosis by Daniel Nathan Eisendrath (1909)
"In the central or myelogenous osteosarcomata the .r-ray shows a deep ... In some osteosarcomata with large vascular spaces pulsation is so marked as to ..."

3. General Surgical Pathology and Therapeutics, in Fifty Lectures by Theodor Billroth (1890)
"Central osteosarcomata are usually solitary, very rarely generally infectious. In the lower or upper jaw they are apt to come at the time of the second ..."

4. Diseases of the Liver, Pancreas and Suprarenal Capsules by Reginald Heber Fitz, Leopold Oser, Frederick A. Packard (1903)
"osteosarcomata may also send metastases into the liver ... here they are osteosarcomata without bone- formation. ..."

5. Text-book of general and special pathology for students and practitioners by Henry Turner Brooks (1915)
"Periosteal osteosarcomata frequently invade the spongiosa at the point where the spongy portion of the bone lies close to the periosteum, in which case it ..."

6. A Guide to the Clinical Examination of the Blood for Diagnostic Purposes by Richard Clarke Cabot (1898)
"Both were osteosarcomata. Sadler' in 3 cases found 2710000, ... Bieder' in 3 cases (all osteosarcomata) found ..."

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