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cal·ci·fy

(kal'si-fī),
To deposit or lay down calcium salts, as in the formation of bone.

cal·ci·fy

(kal'si-fī)
To deposit or lay down calcium salts, as in the formation of bone.
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Tonsilloliths act as a localised concentration of bacteria that ultimately calcifies by progressing from a soft gel to hard concretions (2).
Osteoid trabeculae are formed and, during a subacute phase, the periosteum re-forms around both the old and new bone posteriorly, and it calcifies and appears subperiosteally.
The little-known condition gradually calcifies muscles, eventually leaving sufferers unable to move.