osteopathia


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osteopathia

 [os″te-o-path´e-ah]
osteopathy (def. 1).
osteopathia conden´sans dissemina´ta osteopoikilosis.
osteopathia stria´ta an asymptomatic condition characterized radiographically by multiple condensations of cancellous bone tissue, giving a striated appearance.

os·te·op·a·thy

(os'tē-op'ă-thē),
1. Any disease of bone. Synonym(s): osteopathia
2. A school of medicine based on a concept of the normal body as a vital machine capable, when in correct adjustment, of making its own remedies against infections and other toxic conditions; practitioners use the diagnostic and therapeutic measures of conventional medicine in addition to manipulative measures. Synonym(s): osteopathic medicine
[osteo- + G. pathos, suffering]

osteopathia

/os·teo·path·ia/ (os″te-o-path´e-ah) osteopathy (1).
osteopathia conden´sans dissemina´ta  osteopoikilosis.
osteopathia stria´ta  an asymptomatic condition characterized radiographically by multiple condensations of cancellous bone tissue, giving a striated appearance.

os·te·op·a·thy

(os'tē-op'ă-thē)
1. Any disease of bone.
Synonym(s): osteopathia.
2. A school of medicine based on a concept of the normal body as a vital machine capable, when in correct adjustment, of making its own remedies against infections and other toxic conditions; practitioners use the diagnostic and therapeutic measures of conventional medicine in addition to manipulative measures.
Synonym(s): osteopathic medicine.

osteopathia

osteopathy (1).