osteopetrotic

os·te·o·pe·trot·ic

(os'tē-ō-pe-trot'ik),
Relating to osteopetrosis.

osteopetrotic

having the characteristics of osteopetrosis.

osteopetrotic lymphomatosis
a disease of birds, possibly a part of the avian leukosis, rous sarcoma complex.
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In our experience the osteopetrotic bones are hard and sclerotic, but fracture with minor trauma, so gentle handling of fracture fragments is required.
Osteopetrotic mice (op/op), which lack MCSF-1, have been shown to harbor 24% fewer microglia in the cerebral cortex than wild-type controls; however, the microglial morphology was relatively normal [42].
Progressive increase in bone mass and development of odontomas in aging osteopetrotic c-src-deficient mice.
14) Mice with increased expression of OPG are osteopetrotic (23) while animals with deficiency of OPG present osteoporosis.
The hard osteopetrotic bone caused several drill-bits to wear out before a drill duct for a 9 mm intramedullary nail was achieved (Fig.
Role of macrophage colony-stimulating factor in atherosclerosis: studies of osteopetrotic mice.
Effects of vitamin D binding protein-macrophage activating factor (DBP-MAF) infusion on bone resorption in two osteopetrotic mutations.
16, 2000), and the paper by Amling et al, "Progressive increase in bone mass and development of odontomas in aging osteopetrotic c-src-deficient mice" (Bone 27(5), Nov.
1,2) Osteopetrotic conditions vary greatly in their presentation and severity, ranging from neonatal onset with life-threatening complications (classic or "malignant" ARO), to the incidental finding of osteopetrosis on radiographs (ADO) and mild form of autosomal recessive osteopetrosis (mild ARO/intermediate OP) a more uncommon form of the disease.