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osseous

 [os´e-us]
of the nature or quality of bone; bony.

os·se·ous

(os'ē-ŭs),
Bony, of bonelike consistency or structure.
Synonym(s): osteal
[L. osseus]

osseous

/os·se·ous/ (os´e-us) of the nature or quality of bone; bony.

osseous

(ŏs′ē-əs)
adj.
Composed of, containing, or resembling bone; bony.

os′se·ous·ly adv.

osseous

[os′ē·əs]
Etymology: L, os, bone
bony; consisting of or resembling bone.

os·se·ous

(os'ē-ŭs)
Bony; of bonelike consistency or structure.
Synonym(s): osteal.
[L. osseus]

osseous

Composed of, containing or resembling bone.

osseous

bony

os·se·ous

(os'ē-ŭs)
Bony, of bonelike consistency or structure.
[L. osseus]

osseous

of the nature or quality of bone; bony.

osseous cochlea
see cochlea.
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Pedunculated lingual osseous choristomas can clinically mimic papillomas.
Irreducible patellar dislocations are exceedingly rare injuries, where associated osseous or chondral lesions may necessitate open reduction despite innocuous appearing imaging.
Hereditary multiple exostosis is an autosomal dominant disorder in which an osseous projection capped by cartilage appears on the metaphyses of long bones [1].
A maxillofacial CT scan was performed (Image l) and showed osseous expansion and a ground glass appearance within the right mandibular body, parasymphysis, and symphyseal regions.
4,5 The activation of RANK-mediated NF-B pathway causes osseous mineral loss and extra-osseous, such as vascular, mineral deposition.
Changes from metastatic osseous disease on MRI, in fact, occur early and can be visible as displacement of bone marrow, denoted by signal loss on T1, in contrast to surrounding uninvolved fat marrow tissue with high signals.
It is characterized by advanced osseous maturation, and distinctive craniofacial, skeletal, and neurological abnormalities.