mollities


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mollities

 [mo-lish´e-ēz] (L.)
abnormal softening.
mollities os´sium osteomalacia.

mol·lit·i·es

(mō-lish'i-ēz),
1. Characterized by a soft consistency.
2. Synonym(s): malacia
[L. mollis, soft]

mollities

/mol·li·ti·es/ (mo-lish´e-ēz) [L.] softness; abnormal softening.
mollities os´sium  osteomalacia.

mol·li·ti·es

(mō-lish'ē-ēz)
1. Characterized by a soft consistency.
2. Synonym(s): malacia.
[L. mollis, soft]

mollities

abnormal softening.

mollities ossium
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