osseous tissue


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osseous tissue

[′äs·ē·əs ¦tish·ü]
(histology)
Bone tissue.
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Solea's osseous tissue clearance allows dentists to perform procedures ablating bone with speed, precision and less bleeding.
Because of holes in the titanium cage body there is a contact between autobone and osseous tissue of the adjacent vertebra.
1,4) The strong structure of osseous tissue limits the growth of the hydatid cyst, which spreads along medullar and trabecular channels.
Canal reaming should progress until osseous tissue is observed in the reaming flutes.
A bone matrix, "CollapAn L" facilitates formation of callus stimulating osseous tissue restoration.
In neurofibromatosis, osseous tissue that is formed is genetically compromised and is predisposed to erosion and leads to hypoplasia, affecting any part of the vertebral body causing secondary changes such as scoliosis, lateral meningoceles and vertebral scalloping.