Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or characterized by resorption.
- adj. Of, pertaining to, or caused by resorption
“This is due to some kind of abnormal internal resorptive process.”
“The injury to digestion during fever comprises not only the peptic functions, which manifest themselves clearly in a reduction of the excretion of hydrochloric acid, but all functions pertaining thereto, the motory as well as the resorptive.”
“If not taken care of, a cat can easily develop periodontal disease or even resorptive lesions which are painful and breakdown tooth structure. this article from Paw Nation, cats should have regular at-home and professional cleanings to make sure their teeth remain healthy.”
“These data strongly suggest that gallium-containing compounds exert anti-resorptive and anabolic effects on bone”
“In the reparative and remodeling phases, bone formation and remodeling involve angiogenesis and the formation and functions of bone-forming cells (i.e. osteoblasts) and bone-resorptive cells (i.e. osteoclasts).”
“Inverness Medical offers the Osteomark® NTx range of ELISA products for monitoring patient response to anti-resorptive therapies.”
“Research has shown that patients who adhere to anti-resorptive drug therapy have a decreased risk of fractures, which cost healthcare institutions billions of dollars every year.”
“Unlike the aggressive actions of other therapies, which can sometimes lead to brittle bones after several years of therapy, strontium is a moderate anti resorptive drug that also works to enhance bone mineralization giving the patients stronger, more fracture-resistant bones.”
“Two newer classes of anti-resorptive drugs developed for use in osteoporosis are performing well in Phase III clinical trials: small molecule inhibitors of cathepsin K and the monoclonal antibody denosumab against RANK ligand (2).”
“FORLs, or resorptive lesions, are what Idgie has and she had a tooth pulled today.”
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