from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- The fibrous sponges. See Fibrospongiæ.
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Upon these findings Henderson based his opinion that the physiological properties of the tunica fibrosa and the skull are identical, realizing at the same time, that the rigidity of the corneo-sclera, because of its fibrous nature, is not as firm as the cranium.
The fibrous coat (capsula fibrosa [Glissoni]; areolar coat) lies beneath the serous investment, and covers the entire surface of the organ.
# -- Tumours, such as chondroma and sarcoma, and cysts which are probably of the same nature as those met with in osteomyelitis fibrosa, are liable to occur in callus, or at the seat of old fractures, but the evidence so far is inconclusive as to the causative relationship of the injury to the new-growth.
In _osteomyelitis fibrosa_, involving the upper end of the femur, a gross form of coxa vara may be observed, of which a marked example is shown in figures on pp. 476, 478, Volume I.
Sudeck's atrophy b. the clavicle is held in place by the clavipectoral fascia d. myositis ossificans c. reduction is best maintained by a temporary screw e. osteitis fibrosa cystica through the clavicle to engage in the coracoid process d. it is acceptable merely to rest the arm in a sling and to
Osteitis fibrosa cystica of the knee were free and painless.
Brittle shell-like bones 138) Generalized osteitis fibrosa cystica is characterized c.