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Synonyms for tissue

Synonyms for tissue

an interwoven or interrelated number of things


Synonyms for tissue

part of an organism consisting of an aggregate of cells having a similar structure and function

create a piece of cloth by interlacing strands of fabric, such as wool or cotton

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Gap arthroplasty is performed to remove the fibrous or bony tissue between the articular surfaces.
the ear canal was occluded with fibrotic tissue, not bony tissue [14].
However, the configuration of fracture and extent of damage to bony tissue can only be ruled out after radiographic examination.
Post operatively this tumor mass measuring 5 x 5 cm was excised in vitro and found to be filled with yellowish creamy material containing hair, sebum and bony tissue.
Bony tissue grew into both the bioplotted and hybrid scaffolds as a whole.
It is additional factor promote to the bony tissue growth in pours, with bone block formation "biopolymer composite bony tissue".
The incidence of VCF is highly correlated with a diagnosis of osteoporosis (abnormal loss of bony tissue resulting in fragile porous bones) and the vertebrae most commonly broken are those in the lower back.
This dimension enables the bony trabeculae to bring about excellent grafting, favoring the ingrowth of new bony tissue.
Histologically, it has dense, lamellated bony tissue traversed by few vessels.
Vet Harry Haworth, who examined the pup, said: "This instrument has two blunt jaws which when squeezed together would crush rather than cut the soft bony tissue of the tail.
The pulp tissue in the root canal is surrounded by a bony tissue called dentin, which accounts for the bulk of a tooth's structure and strength.
It is a substance which accumulates in the bony tissue of the body and it is unproven that it reduces dental decay.