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Synonyms for bone

to study or work hard, especially when pressed for time

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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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A, Multinodular tumor with fragment of lamellar bone.
Histologically and radiographically, intramuscular HO is distinguished from simple muscle calcification by the growth of mature lamellar bone with robust osteoblasts inside the muscle.
Animal studies show that PG-E2 has angiogenic and vasodilator effects and increases the periosteal lamellar bone production dose-dependently along with IL-1 (17).
This begins with haematoma and inflammation followed by callus formation that remodels into woven or lamellar bone.
In contrast, lamellar bone has parallel fibres and is much stronger.
This increase in bone turnover leads to the deposition of inferior woven bone rather than stronger lamellar bone.
The role of practice is especially significant in mastoidectomy as the surgeon is working in the immediate vicinity of minute, multifaceted and delicate structures such as auditory ossicles, lamellar bone, blood vessels and nerves.
Heterotopic bone or ossification is defined as the formation of mature lamellar bone in nonosseous tissues.
Pharr, "Elastic Properties of Human Cortical and Trabecular Lamellar Bone Measured by Nanoindentation," Biomaterials, vol.
Bone biopsies from participants in this trial demonstrated normal lamellar bone with no histologic abnormalities, according to Dr.
A radiologist's report prior to the patient s presentation to Dr Olbricht showed no evidence of calcification This was revealed only on histology (below), showing cartilage and lamellar bone.
The building of new bone--that is, the development of new layers of lamellar bone and the thickening of trabecular bone--is generally not seen with antiresorptive drugs, but is a result of use of anabolic drugs that stimulate collagen synthesis.
Normal lamellar bone was produced during treatment with FOSAMAX, even where preexisting bone was woven and disorganized.
The sites which received ABB + CM showed more lamellar bone whereas OFD sites included mostly woven bone with primary osteons.
Heterotopic ossification (HO) is the abnormal formation of mature lamellar bone in soft tissues and is a common finding in total hip arthroplasty; however, it is an unusual phenomenon after total knee arthroplasty (TKA).