resorption


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re·sorp·tion

 (rē-zôrp′shən, -sôrp′-)
n.
The act or process of resorbing.

resorption

(rɪˈsɔːpʃən)
n
1. the process of resorbing or the state of being resorbed
2. (Geological Science) geology the partial or complete remelting or dissolution of a mineral by magma, resulting from changes in temperature, pressure, or magma composition

re•sorp•tion

(rɪˈsɔrp ʃən, -ˈzɔrp-)

n.
the dissolution or assimilation of a substance, as bone tissue, by biochemical activity.
[1810–20; re- + (ab) sorption; compare French résorption]
re•sorp′tive (-tɪv) adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.resorption - the organic process in which the substance of some differentiated structure that has been produced by the body undergoes lysis and assimilation
biological process, organic process - a process occurring in living organisms
Translations

resorption

[rɪˈzɔːpʃən] Nresorción f

re·sorp·tion

n. resorción, pérdida total o parcial de un proceso, tejido o exudado por resultado de reacciones bioquímicas tales como lisis y absorción.

resorption

n reabsorción f
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Near perfect adaptation of the cement to the tissue surfaces in a defect, and a gradual resorption followed by new bone formation are some of the other distinctive advantages of this biomaterial.
University of Rochester (Rochester, NY) has patented a class of active agents, and articles and compositions containing them and methods for treating human patients with them, which inhibit bone resorption of all types.
The cells that make the bone also control its removal or resorption," says Dunstan.
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Therefore, for permanent teeth with a closed apex, International Association of Dental Traumatology guidelines (IADT guidelines) for the management of traumatic dental injuries, advise elective pulp extirpation to prevent the initiation and relentless progression of inflammatory resorption.
Ectopic eruption of maxillary canines can lead to root resorption on maxillary lateral incisors especially on apical and middle thirds of the roots.
Both doses of dried plums decreased a marker of bone resorption.
Aussi le conseil a decide de proceder a la resorption de tout le deficit anterieur de 30,986 MDT par les reserves disponibles de 52,493MDT.
A year after an ICU stay, the patients' resorption had returned to normal, but they were left with lower bone density, the study showed.
Resorption is the process associated with physiological or pathological loss of dental hard tissues.
Subjects were followed through 1-month postpartum and the effect on urinary cross-linked N-telopeptides (NTx) of type I collagen, a specific marker of bone resorption, was evaluated using an intent-to-treat analysis.
3h), 10 were observed resorption and 10 were observed IUGR, Out 57 foetuses from 10mg/kg/day AgNPs treated group 2 foetuses were observed Amelia (Fig.