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ossific

 [ŏ-sif´ik]
forming or becoming bone.

os·sif·ic

(ŏ-sif'ik),
Relating to a change into, or formation of, bone.

ossific

/os·sif·ic/ (ŏ-sif´ik) forming or becoming bone.

os·sif·ic

(ŏ-sif'ik)
Relating to a change into, or formation of, bone.

os·sif·ic

(ŏ-sif'ik)
Relating to a change into, or formation of, bone.

ossific

forming or becoming bone.

Patient discussion about ossific

Q. is their any way to cure osteogenesis imperfecta my son has this bone disorder and can;t stand to see him cry thank you for any help

A. as far as i know- OI is a genetic problem. today there is no cure to genetic problems. there is a big research on gene therapy but there's a long long road before we will see any result..sorry... but there are several treatments that can ease your son's pain, here is a wonderful site that stores a vast amount of information about IO, including recent studies and researches:
http://www.oif.org/site/PageServer

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In its late stage, the decalcified foci recalcify into a dense ossific plaque.
Ultrasound has been used in select centers to assess the location of the ossific nucleus of the proximal humerus in these infants.