osteochondritis

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osteochondritis

[‚äs·tē·ō‚kän′drīd·əs]
(medicine)
Inflammation of both bone and cartilage.
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Said to offer far superior results than regrinding BCE materials, the One-Step removes any incidental bone chips and sinew while recovering the maximum amount of meat.
Third in 2008 Trials despite broken bone chip in left leg.
A bone chip At the time of injury, a bone chip may have been knocked loose, leaving a "loose body" floating around inside to cause trouble.
The Paoli "One-Step" meat recovery system rescues meat rejected through grinder bone chip elimination systems.
Dubawi Heights' US career was delayed by a bone chip, a bout of colic and a tibia injury before she started her roll in a Hollywood maiden in November before a Santa Anita allowance and then the Grade 3 Wilshire Handicap back at Hollywood on May 1.
We believe the potential ability of TRCs to eliminate the standard surgical process of autograft bone chip collection would offer a better procedure for our patients.
We tried to sell him as a young horse, but he had to have an operation on a bone chip in his knees, so I kept him.
According to the Daily Racing Form, Wickedly Perfect, winner of Friday's Grade 1 Alcibiades Stakes at Keeneland, is out for the season because of a bone chip in a knee.
Hopefully I can rest as much as I can and I won't have to deal with the scar tissue or a little soreness in my ligament,'' said Escobar, whose discomfort is the result of surgery last season to shave down a bone spur and remove a bone chip.
The manuscript described a novel in vivo multiple myeloma (MM) model developed by engrafting a human multiple myleoma cell line into severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID) mice previously given implants of a human fetal bone chip.
It feels kind of like last year,'' said Escobar, who had surgery last season to shave down a bone spur and remove a bone chip last season.