calcipexy

calcipexis

 [kal″sĭ-pek´sis] (calcipexy [kal´sĭ-pek″se]) fixation of calcium in the tissues. adj., adj calcipec´tic, calcipex´ic.

cal·ci·pex·is

, calcipexy (kal'si-pek'sis, kal'si-pek-sē),
Fixation of calcium in the tissues, an occasional cause of tetany in infants.
[calcium + G. pēxis, a fixing]

calcipexy

/cal·ci·pexy/ (kal´sĭ-pek″se) fixation of calcium in the tissues.calcipec´ticcalcipex´ic

calcipexy

The fixation (storage) of calcium in bone; it is rarely used in the working medical parlance.

cal·ci·pex·is

, calcipexy (kal'si-pek'sis, -sē)
Fixation of calcium in the tissues, an occasional cause of tetany in infants.
[calcium + G. pēxis, a fixing]

calcipexis, calcipexy

fixation of calcium in the tissues.
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He slept in the office that was unspeakably dirty and dined at Biff Carter's lunch room in a small frame building opposite the railroad station.
Marshall just got up and walked out--he didn't cheer or shout--he left the others to do that, and they nearly lifted the roof off Carter's store, I reckon.
That night, and the next, and the next again, the spy sat booted and equipped in his carter's dress: ready to turn out at a word from Fagin.