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Synonyms for bone

to study or work hard, especially when pressed for time

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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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The person serving as a physician in this area is found to be specialised in lithotomy, urology, gynaecology, bone surgery, and ophthalmology (27,28).
6) An SRE was identified based on the presence of [greater than or equal to] 1 claim associated with either radiotherapy or pathological fracture [greater than or equal to] 6 months after ADT initiation, spinal cord compression, or bone surgery.
Podiatric surgery, which involves carrying out bone surgery up to the level of the ankle, is a training route which a few Podiatrists embark upon each year.
The operation will mean that Callum can walk without pain and blisters and his feet pronating it will stop him hopefully having to have bone surgery on his feet in later life.
The new hospital will offer health services in various fields, such as internal medicine, gynaecology, general surgery, bone surgery and long-term medical care, among others.
Dr Manhal Al raj, bone surgery and arthroscopy specialist at UHS, said: "Anabolic or androgenic steroids have side effects with regards to male fertility as they mimic the effects of male hormones, causing imbalances in these hormones.
The selected doctors were specialized in radiology, brain surgery, neurology, bone surgery and forensic science, it added.
Infection occurs as a result of a bacteremia, an inoculation during aseptic surgery or bone surgery or a contiguous infectious focus.
Bone surgery may be needed as palliative treatment to prevent pathologic fractures or to ameliorate neurologic symptoms and pain severity resulting from spinal cord compression by vertebral metastases.
When he was four years old, his parents noticed he was unable to sit and his doctor in Jordan, bone surgery and joints consultant Dr Ismail Gazal, said he had dislocated his pelvis.
Dr Hendi mentioned that following surgery the patient may be affected with swelling that could continue for three months with cartilage surgery or six months with bone surgery.
He said the consultants are specialists in areas such as kidney transplants, urinary tract diseases, bone surgery, neurosurgery, spinal surgery, treatment of burns, cosmetic surgery, anesthesia, gynecology, heart surgery, dental, and infectious diseases in children and newborns.
Mectron launched the very first generation of PIEZOSURGERYA in 2001, in a time where talking about piezoelectric bone surgery was revolutionary and pioneering at the same time
24 August 2011 - French dental equipment provider Acteon will seek diversification in the sector of bone surgery equipment, French daily La Tribune said, quoting CEO Gilles Pierson.
Alex was still on the waiting list when county health trust NHS Warwickshire began blocking bone surgery in November.