Definition of Synostoses

1. Noun. (plural of synostosis) ¹



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Definition of Synostoses

1. synostosis [n] - See also: synostosis

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Synostoses

synophthalmia
synopses
synopsis
synopsize
synopsized
synopsizes
synopsizing
synoptic
synoptic climatology
synoptical
synoptically
synorogenic
synosteoses
synosteosis
synosteotic
synostoses (current term)
synostosis
synovectomies
synovectomy
synovia
synovial
synovial fluid
synovial joint
synovial membrane
synovial membranes
synovias
synoviocyte
synoviocytes
synoviopathy
synovitides

Literary usage of Synostoses

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1. The British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Or, Quarterly Journal of (1866)
"... that the deformations resulting from synostoses do not necessarily and invariably follow the premature ossification of those sutures to which they have ..."

2. Pedagogical Anthropology by Maria Montessori (1913)
"The synostoses which occurred in the early periods had an evolutive ... These later synostoses, on the contrary, have an involutive significance and are ..."

3. Pedagogical Anthropology by Maria Montessori (1913)
"The synostoses which occurred in the early periods had an evolutive ... These later synostoses, on the contrary, have an involutive significance and are ..."

4. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science (1894)
"... are there any synostoses, and consequently the operation has no anatomical indication; it is useless, and the results so much vaunted are non-existent. ..."

5. Text-book of general and special pathology for students and practitioners by Henry Turner Brooks (1915)
"(2) senile synostosis, synostosis tarda, through which the skull is rendered immovable and very rigid, but otherwise uninfluenced; (3) synostoses which ..."

6. The British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Or, Quarterly Journal of (1866)
"... that the deformations resulting from synostoses do not necessarily and invariably follow the premature ossification of those sutures to which they have ..."

7. Pedagogical Anthropology by Maria Montessori (1913)
"The synostoses which occurred in the early periods had an evolutive ... These later synostoses, on the contrary, have an involutive significance and are ..."

8. Pedagogical Anthropology by Maria Montessori (1913)
"The synostoses which occurred in the early periods had an evolutive ... These later synostoses, on the contrary, have an involutive significance and are ..."

9. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science (1894)
"... are there any synostoses, and consequently the operation has no anatomical indication; it is useless, and the results so much vaunted are non-existent. ..."

10. Text-book of general and special pathology for students and practitioners by Henry Turner Brooks (1915)
"(2) senile synostosis, synostosis tarda, through which the skull is rendered immovable and very rigid, but otherwise uninfluenced; (3) synostoses which ..."

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