bony tissue

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  • There could be no doubt on that point; cicatrization had been complete, the bony tissue having returned to its original condition. Cited from Prehistoric Peoples, by The Marquis de Nadaillac
  • It had, however, been flung with such a sure hand that it had been driven ten inches deep into the bony tissue. Cited from Prehistoric Peoples, by The Marquis de Nadaillac
  • The bony tissue of the skull was in an unhealthy state and the trepanation had evidently been part of medical treatment. Cited from Prehistoric Peoples, by The Marquis de Nadaillac
  • If it feels rigid and rough, the cartilaginous tissue has been replaced by bony tissue, and the animal should be classed as unsound. Cited from Common Diseases of Farm Animals, by R. A. Craig
  • Their increase in size is due to the inflammatory absorption of the bony tissue forming them, and in the larger of them may be seen inflammatory granulation tissue surrounding the bloodvessels. Cited from Diseases of the Horse's Foot, by Harry Caulton Reeks
  • Steenstrup mentions two bones of a large stag into which stone chips had penetrated deeply, and in which the fracture had been gradually covered over by the bony tissue. Cited from Prehistoric Peoples, by The Marquis de Nadaillac
  • At the ends of a long bone, where it expands, there is no medullary canal, and the bony tissue is spongy, with only a thin layer of dense bone around it. Cited from A Practical Physiology, by Albert F. Blaisdell
  • When the causal irritant has been excessively severe and the migration of leucocytes abundant, actual formation of pus may occur, the bony tissue being broken down and mingled with it, and an abscess cavity formed. Cited from Diseases of the Horse's Foot, by Harry Caulton Reeks
  • This is because this salt is the natural stimulant of living membranes, and the bony tissue is only a depot of phosphate of chalk, analogous to the adipose tissue, the fat of which is absorbed when the alimentation coming from the exterior becomes insufficient. Cited from Scientific American Supplement 275, by Various