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concrescence

 [kon-kres´ens]
a growing together of parts originally separate.
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con·cres·cence

(kon-kres'ens),
1. Synonym(s): coalescence
2. In dentistry, the union of the roots of two adjacent teeth by cementum.
[see concrement]
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concrescence

(kən-krĕs′əns)
n.
1. Biology The growing together of related parts, tissues, or cells.
2. The amassing of physical particles.

con·cres′cent adj.
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con·cres·cence

(kŏn-kres'ĕns)
1. Synonym(s): coalescence.
2. dentistry The union of the roots of two adjacent teeth by cementum.
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con·cres·cence

(kŏn-kres'ĕns)
In dentistry, the union of the roots of two adjacent teeth by cementum.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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