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re·mod·el

 (rē-mŏd′l)
tr.v. re·mod·eled, re·mod·el·ing, re·mod·els also re·mod·elled or re·mod·el·ling
1. To make over in structure or style; reconstruct.
2. Physiology To maintain (bone tissue) in dynamic equilibrium through the resorption and deposition of bone at a given site.

re·mod′el·er n.
Translations

re·mod·el·ing

n. restauración.

remodeling

n remodelación f; bone — remodelación ósea; cardiac — remodelación cardíaca
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