osteoepiphysis

osteoepiphysis

 [os″te-o-ĕ-pif´ĭ-sis]
any bony epiphysis.
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os·te·o·e·piph·y·sis

(os'tē-ō-e-pif'i-sis),
An epiphysis of a bone.
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In orthopedic surgery, successful experiences of gradual distraction for joint contracture and osteoepiphysis distraction for shortening deformity of extremities demonstrate that not only soft tissues like vessels, nerves, and tendons but also the bone have potentials to extend correspondingly under tensile force [3].