Definition of Osteoses

1. osteosis [n] - See also: osteosis



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Osteoses

osteoprotegerin
osteoprotegerins
osteopterygious
osteoradiologist
osteoradiology
osteoradionecrosis
osteorrhaphy
osteosarcoma
osteosarcomas
osteosarcomata
osteoscleroses
osteosclerosis
osteosclerosis congenita
osteoses (current term)
osteosis
osteosis cutis
osteosis eburnisans monomelica
osteosises
osteospongioma
osteosteatoma
osteostracan
osteosuture
osteosynthesis
osteothrombosis
osteotome
osteotomes

Literary usage of Osteoses

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1. Post-mortem pathology by Henry Ware Cattell (1905)
"Fibrinous, ossifying, or productive inflammation follows chronic inflammation of the joints, syphilis, rickets, and tuberculosis, and results in osteoses, ..."

2. Proceedings of the Connecticut Medical Society by Connecticut Medical Society (1893)
"The initial sclerosis is followed by manifestations on parts remote from the source of contagion. There are dermatoses, neuroses, osteoses, ..."

3. Transactions of the Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland by Academy of Medicine in Ireland (1907)
"... as the deeper enlargement is absent, nor is there any thickening of the cranium. Syphilitic hyper-osteoses of the skull and face might ..."

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