bone dust


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bone dust

The minute fragments of bone which are present after cutting bone during surgery or pathological examination.
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The purpose of this is used to remove bone dust, blood clots and blood splashes (Prendergast et al., 2004).
Carcass cutting room hit by faecal contamination, hide strips, fleece, nail or hair debris, gut content staining, bone dust, faecal pellets, oil, grease and dust
Using the patient's bone dust and fibrous tissue taken from the operative area, a plug is fashioned to block the canal.
Tenders are invited for Purchase of three oscillating autopsy saw with hepa vaccum bone dust collector
Under a sky of ashen cloud, in the greyness of February I discover again my Viking ground: Brick dust, bone dust buried deep beneath stone walls and cracked concrete of a back lane daubed with tales out of school.
Take a few minutes and using the edge of your knife, scrape the bone dust off of each chop.
Displayed like artifacts in a natural-history museum, Robleto's antiqued boxes of cello and violin strings were composed of the fantastical materials that are his trademark ("bone dust from every bone in the body," "bullet lead salvaged from battlefields of every American war," and so on).
After we obtain a proper surgical field, we perform a suboccipital craniectomy, exposing the posterior fossa dura, keeping a bone table, and recovering the bone dust. Then we retract the cerebellum and expose the cerebellopontine angle.
Tenders are invited for Maintenance of existing garden and water body including labour for watering and maintenance with chemical fertilizer, cow-dung, bone dust etc.