exostotic

exostotic

See exostosis.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Maldague, "Benign osteochondromas and exostotic chondrosarcomas: evaluation of cartilage cap thickness by ultrasound," Skeletal Radiology, vol.
It is also referred to by additional names such as, osteogenic disease, chondral osteogenic dysplasia, chondral osteoma, dyschondroplasia, deforming chondrodysplasia, multiple hereditary osteochondromata, multiple cartilaginous exostoses or simply exostotic dysplasia (1).
The femur bone had exostotic growth at both the upper and lower ends.
ampinga, and ceratophryids differs from most remaining cranial bones in having a smooth external surface, lacking any trace of exostotic ornamentation (REIG, 1960a; PERI, 1993; EVANS et al.
satan, the mid-portion of the maxilla shows a dorsoventrally reduced and narrower alveolar margin, which is almost covered by exostotic ornamentation, a condition that is here considered as a probable autapomorphy of this taxon.
Benign exostoses and exostotic chondrosarcomas: evaluation of cartilage thickness by CT.