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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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Various techniques, including free bone grafts or the use of metallic mesh, have been used as a more durable repair of the osseous defect of the anterior fossa floor.
They also occur at extra-articular locations with associated osseous erosions.
Despite the superiority of CT in depicting osseous anatomy, the ability of MRI to depict the bony abnormalities of rheumatoid arthritis has been shown to equal CT.
They are most often bilateral, conical osseous excrescences that typically project dorsolaterally from the posterior ilia and serve as the origin of the gluteus medius muscles (5).
Considering patient age, location, and clinical presentation, differential diagnostic considerations for a sclerotic bone lesion may include indolent infection/chronic osteomyelitis, prior trauma or stress reaction, osteoblastic metastatic disease, and osseous lymphoma.
Follow-up CT imaging after 8 cycles of chemotherapy reported no osseous lesions in his lumbar spine and again stable lymphadenopathy, consistent with regression of his metastatic disease secondary to chemotherapy (Fig.
Lipogranuloma with osseous metaplasia in the breast that developed after "Bu-Hwang" oriental medicine treatment.
Endometrial osseous metaplasia may be more common than is generally accepted.
Myofibroblastic and fibrohistiocytic tumors, pleomorphic sarcoma, liposarcoma, leiomyosarcoma, rhabdomyomas and rhabdomyosarcomas, vascular tumors, tumors of synovial tissue, nerves, melanocytes, cartilage and osseous tissue, and other miscellaneous tumor types are covered, with most systemic categories divided into chapters on benign, intermediate, and malignant tumors.
Torus palatinus is a benign, reactive hyperplasia of osseous tissue extending outward from the surface of the bone.
At this stage it's not possible to say if the osseous remains discovered near the Concordia are of human origin, let alone to whom they belong," Franco Gabrielli, the head of the search operation, told Ansa news agency.
The bird was euthanized and submitted for necropsy, which revealed a primary pulmonary adenocarcinoma with multiple sites of osseous metastasis, including the vertebrae, and subsequent spinal cord compression.