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osseous

consisting of or containing bone, bony

osseous

[′äs·ē·əs]
(anatomy)
Bony; composed of or resembling bone.
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1,3) There is no sex or race predilection; however, some have proposed that younger individuals--age 10-30--have craniofacial bones more susceptible to parathyroid over-stimulation since they are still normally undergoing active osseous development and remodeling.
Intraoral and laterolateral radiographs of the mandibular mass presenting a well-defined osseous mass with intense radiopaque areas and different degrees of ossification.
The exact pathogenesis of epibulbar osseous choristoma is controversial.
Methods: Twenty-eight patients treated for osseous mallet finger using open reduction and hook-plate fixation were divided into two groups according to their incisions types (group I: S-shaped, n=18; and group II: Y-shaped, n=10).
Sacralisation of fifth lumbar vertebra in addition to abnormal osseous growth adds adverse effect to peak level.
Fibrous dysplasia is the most common fibro osseous lesion affecting single bone or multiple bones.
Histologically, osseous choristomas consist of mature lamellar bone and are covered by epithelium.
Ortho Transmission invested more than ten years into pre-clinical research, animal studies and human biomechanical analysis to address the limitations of conventional molded socket technology with a transcutaneous osseous integrated skeletal implant that has been optimized using advanced Finite Element Analysis design software as well as mechanical testing.
Stability of the patella is the result of a combination of static and dynamic soft tissue restraints, as well as congruent osseous anatomy.
Radiography revealed osseous projections at the knee and shoulder joints (Figure 2).
Eighty-one percent of patients required excision of osseous pathology and in 42% the soft-tissue problems resolved.