Definition of Osteolytic. Meaning of Osteolytic. Synonyms of Osteolytic

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Definition of Osteolytic

Osteolytic
Osteolysis Os`te*ol"y*sis, n. [NL. osteo- + Gr. ? a loosing.] Softening and absorption of bone. -- Os`te*o*lyt"ic, a.

Meaning of Osteolytic from wikipedia

- An osteolytic lesion (from the Gr**** words for "bone" (ὀστέον), and "to unbind" (λύειν)) is a softened section of a patient's bone formed as a symptom...
- clavicle, removing a few millimetres of bone from the very end of the bone. Osteolytic lesion Biomineralization Sanjeev Agarwal (2004). "Osteolysis - basic science...
- stated that their histopathological study provided good evidence that osteolytic changes seen in Gorham's disease are the result of hyperactive osteoclastic...
- to either osteoblastic or osteolytic lesions, reflective of the underlying mechanism of development. Typically, osteolytic metastases are more aggressive...
- ****ssifying fibroma ALPSA lesion Hill–Sachs lesion Osteoporosis cir****scripta Osteolytic lesion Brain lesions Olney's lesions Skin lesions Melanocytic nevus Skip...
- intoxication Sarcoidosis, other granulomatous diseases Immobilization, osteolytic metastases Milk-alkali syndrome Severe hypermagnesemia or hypomagnesemia...
- Aneurysmal bone cyst, abbreviated ABC, is an osteolytic bone neoplasm characterized by several sponge-like blood or serum filled, generally non-endothelialized...
- myeloma induced bone disease is that the bone lesions are predominantly osteolytic with little ****ociated osteoblastic activity. In patients with ATL, elevated...
- Renal and bladder carcinoma Multiple myeloma (may occur independent of osteolytic lesions) Adult T cell leukemia/lymphoma Ovarian carcinoma Squamous cell...
- lesions rather than osteolytic lesions seen in other cancers like breast cancer. Similarly, PC-3 and DU145 cells form osteolytic tumors. To develop an...
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