osseous tissue

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Noun1.osseous tissue - the porous calcified substance from which bones are made
bone, os - rigid connective tissue that makes up the skeleton of vertebrates
animal material - material derived from animals
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Orbital, osseus, meningeal and cerebral findings in oculodermal melanocytosis (nevus of Ota).
Among the 113 nonFNA procedures, 72 imaging-guided CBs (64%) and 41 OBs (36%) (including 31 incisional biopsies [76%], 4 curettages [10%], and 6 unspecified procedures [15%]) were performed as an initial diagnostic procedure for osseus lesions during the study period.
Laser excision of the mass was subsequently performed, and surgical pathology revealed an osseus choristoma.
Functions of fish skin: flexural stiffness and steady swimming of longnose gar, Lepisosteus osseus.
grandis occupies a unique trophic niche in assemblages of high-salinity reaches of the Lower Pecos, where native piscivores such as Micropterus salmoides and Lepisosteus osseus have not been observed in recent surveys (Cheek and Taylor, 2015; East, 2015).
Osteonecrosis (ON), or avascular necrosis, of the hip is characterized by disruption or loss of nutrient blood supply to the femoral head resulting in progressive osseus breakdown, often leading to structural failure of the cortical surface.
Some intra osseus muco epidermioid carcinoma develop from mucous cells in the lining of dentigerous cyst.
The groove for the peroneal tendons is formed by a fibrocartilaginous cushion, which deepens the osseus depression on the posterior side of the lateral malleolus.
After histopathology tumour type depending on morphology like Spindle cell, Round cell, Epithelioid cell, Pleomorphic type, with chondroid or osseus differentiation and undifferentiated type.
1933-1973) suffered from fibrodysplasia ossificans progressive (FOP), a rare disease in which the bone repair mechanism is disturbed, turning muscles and tendons into osseus tissue.
A characteristic osseus lesion, such as sphenoid wing dysplasia or thinning of the long bone cortex, with or without pseudoarthrosis 7.