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Synonyms for bone

to study or work hard, especially when pressed for time


Synonyms for bone

rigid connective tissue that makes up the skeleton of vertebrates

the porous calcified substance from which bones are made

a shade of white the color of bleached bones

study intensively, as before an exam

consisting of or made up of bone

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Also in that series, 17 patients with temporal bone involvement were treated conservatively.
10] The most common initial symptoms in patients with temporal bone involvement are postauricular aching and swelling, hearing loss, otalgia, and tinnitus.
4) The nature of bone involvement is often ambiguous.
3) Temporal bone involvement is extremely rare, and the first case was reported by Louis III in 1972.
Quantification of bone involvement in Gaucher disease: MR imaging bone marrow burden score as an alternative to Dixon quantitative chemical shift MR imaging--initial experience.
Monostotic and polyostotic forms share the same radiographic appearance, histologic features, and anatomic sites of involvement, but the mandible is often more-commonly affected in monostotic forms, and long bone involvement prevails in polyostotic FD.
For skin and soft tissue infections, [greater than or equal to] 4 months of therapy is recommended, with extension to 6-12 months for cases of bone involvement (1).
Cancer registry data are not reliable for defining stage IV disease; discriminating advanced local disease with bone involvement from true distant, imaging-confirmed metastasis; or assessing surgical procedures.
Clinically FD is divided into three groups (3) (1) monostotic: single bone involvement, which is most common (70%) (2) polyostotic: multiple bone involvement, a less common form (30%), and (3) McCune-Albright syndrome (MAS), a rare variant of mono/polyostotic disease in which FD is associated with cafe-au-lait macules and/or endocrinopathies (4,5).
6-8) A single case of muscular wasting and marked bone involvement was reported by Engelmann in 1929.
In few cases lower limb bone involvement has also been seen," points out Dr Jain.
Clinical features associated with IgD myeloma, as opposed to IgG or IgA myeloma, include young age of onset, rapid disease progression, and increased rate of amyloidosis and bone involvement.
In MM, bone involvement in the thorax region and lung infections secondary to infections developing due to humoral immune deficiency related to hypogammaglobulinemia occur most frequently.