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osseous

consisting of or containing bone, bony
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osseous

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(anatomy)
Bony; composed of or resembling bone.
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The comparison between the present results and those of references [26] and [27] confirm that the Osteal model of the hip prosthesis gives weak shear stresses in the cement mantle compared to the well-known Charnley model.
On coronary angiograms 45(84.9%) patients had LMCA stenosis along with Osteal LAD stenosis while the rest had isolated LMCA disease out of these 45 patients 22 (41.5%) had ostial left main coronary artery disease 13 (24.5%) had distal and10 (18.8%) had mid LMS.
Right anterior oblique view of left coronary system indicating thrombus in osteal LAD
However, in 22 (22%) patients, coronary lesion was found in the middle segment of LAD artery followed by osteal (9%), proximal-distal (8%) and diagonal (7%).
True, surgeons produced prosthetics and were concerned with appearance, but their main work was decidedly visceral, sanguine, osteal; he seems to confuse barbers and surgeons, as with his claim that surgeons "were affiliated with the project of crafting an exterior image" (105).
Given the large amount of osteal material, an intensive evaluation was performed for only four buildings, and selectively for another part of the excavated area.
And this was my illness, constant, insomnolent, a burning of nerve hairs just under the eyelids, corneal, limbic, under the skin, arterial, osteal, scrotal, until each node of the four hundred was a pinpoint of lymphatic fire and anguish as she rocked beside me in the family dark.
Further, these is stress shielding of bone by the plate and reduced strength of union due to primary osteal healing compared to callus healing seen otherwise.