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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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As expected, the bone mineral content (BMC), tissue mineral content (TMC), tissue mineral density (TMD), bone volume fraction (BVF), trabecular number (Tb.
Ar = bone area, BV/TV = bone volume per total bone volume, T.
Regions of interest were outlined, three-dimensional isosurface images were generated, and bone volume and bone mineral densities were calculated [11].
Bone volume and trabecular thickness relate more closely to trabecular bone, the type of bone found in the vertebra.
On further analysis of the radiographs, the researchers found that as the severity of vertebral fractures grew worse, patients had progressively worse bone quality based on measurements including trabecular separation, trabecular number, and 3-dimensional trabecular bone volume.
In further examinations of these same animals, computer analyses of microscope slides of the upper tibia revealed greatly reduced bone volume in alcohol-fed rats compared with control rats (Sampson et al.
From the biopsies, he measured bone volume and rates of bone formation and resorption.
Student t-test was used to compare the HO bone volume (BV) between the SCI and control groups.
Osteomalacia, which means soft bones, is characterized by defective calcification of bone osteoid and leads to a paradoxical increase in bone volume.
A common problem encountered when patients have a tooth replaced with a dental implant is the lack of sufficient bone volume to house the implant.
While the fixation of the 8[degrees], 12[degrees], and 16[degrees] cemented wedge posterior augment glenoid has been presented previously, (8) future work should evaluate the fixation differences associated with each design type given the differences in bone volume removed to correct each defect.
We chose four femurs from each group based on disparities in femoral bone volume.
During year two, a greater proportion of patients in the standard therapy group showed movement of bone volume away from the normal range compared with the FOSRENOL group (50 percent versus 31 percent).
Based on the micro CT data, the mean cancellous bone volume was significantly higher (45%) among women treated with PTH, compared with the placebo group.