Osteogenesis Os`te*o*gen"e*sis, Osteogeny Os`te*og"e*ny, n. [Osteo- + genesis, or the root of Gr. gi`gnesqai to be born: cf. F. ost['e]og['e]nie.] (Physiol.) The formation or growth of bone. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • osteogeny — osteogenˈesis or osteogeny / ojˈ/ noun Formation of bone (osteogenesis imperfecta the disease brittle bones, in which bones are abnormally liable to fracture) • • • Main Entry: ↑osteo …   Useful english dictionary

  • osteogeny — SYN: osteogenesis. * * * os·te·og·e·ny (os″te ojґə ne) osteogenesis …   Medical dictionary

  • Clopton Havers — (24 Feb 1657 (Stambourne, Essex) Apr 1702) was an English physician who did pioneering research on the microstructure of bone. He is believed to have been the first person to observe and almost certainly the first to describe what are now called… …   Wikipedia

  • Osteogenesis — Os te*o*gen e*sis, Osteogeny Os te*og e*ny, n. [Osteo + genesis, or the root of Gr. gi gnesqai to be born: cf. F. ost[ e]og[ e]nie.] (Physiol.) The formation or growth of bone. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Clopton Havers — Titelblatt von Havers Dissertation Clopton Havers (* 1657 in Stambourne/Essex; † 29. April 1702) war ein englischer Arzt und Anatom. Leben Clopton Havers erlangte Bekanntheit durch seine Pionierarbeiten auf dem Gebiet …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Clopton Havers — Portada del trabajo de disertación de von Havers …   Wikipedia Español

  • osteogenesis — The formation of bone. SYN: osteogeny, osteosis (2), ostosis (2). [osteo + G. genesis, production] distraction o. a technique of inducing new bone formation by dividing a bone and applying tension through an …   Medical dictionary

  • Clopton Havers — Dissertation de Clopton Havers (De Respiratione) Clopton Havers (né à Stambourne, Essex 1657 1702) était un médecin anglais qui a été un pionnier dans la recherche des microstructures des os. Il est probablement le premier à avoir observé et très …   Wikipédia en Français

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”