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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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In other words, the effectiveness of each of the four"established view" osseous mechanisms eliciting BC threshold would be either entirely absent (occlusion effect and ossicle inertia) or greatly reduced (fluid inertia and inner ear wall distortion) in patients who had undergone radical mastoidectomy and subtotal petrosectomy.
(21) TMJ osseous changes can cause disharmony among the masticatory structures and limitation of mandibular function.
Osseous metaplasia is a very rare condition in colorectal carcinomas and has been described by Dukes in 1939.
Additionally, osseous destructive change and associated low T2 signal soft tissue involving the right anterior sphenoid sinus and adjacent ethmoidal septa was noted.
Florid osseous dysplasia: report of a case presenting acute cellulitis.
Imaging was also concerning osseous metastasis involving the sternum and multiple ribs.
[sup.99m]Tc-methylene diphosphonate (MDP) planar bone scan or single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) is widely used as noninvasive methods for detecting osseous metastases.
A CT scan of the head showed four osseous lesions (Figures 1-4).
Owing to the heterogeneous signal intensities, computerized topography (CT) was performed which revealed the presence of an osseous lesion attached to the right L2 inferior articular process causing severe secondary canal stenosis (Figure 3).
A biopsy of the humeral lesions seen on MRI revealed non-caseating granulomatous inflammation, confirming osseous sarcoid of the humerus (Figure 3).
Firstly, it has been shown that the osseous tissue has the same DNA as the patient, excluding a fetal origin [19].