from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Beneath the periosteum: subperiosteal tooth implants.

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  • adj. Situated under the periosteum.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Situated under the periosteum.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Situated or occurring beneath the periosteum.


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  • "Primarily, the injuries I have catalogued can be noted on the artifacts by subperiosteal lesions, " Golliher said.

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  • Hemorrhagic stomatitis with bone and joint pains in the lower limbs (due to subperiosteal hemorrages).

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  • When an examination of the subject is possible before the extremity is swollen, crepitation is usually found without great difficulty, except in a subperiosteal break or in some cases of vertical or oblique fracture.

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  • Irruption of the subperiosteal tissue.p. Fibrous layer of the periosteum. o.

    Illustrations. Fig. 79

  • The new bone is developed in the subperiosteal blastena, which exists normally upon the inner surface of the periosteum.

    An Epitome of Practical Surgery, for Field and Hospital.

  • If the jawbone is both too narrow and not dense enough for either a root form or plate form implant, then a subperiosteal implant can be used.

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  • Diapphysis is the site of bone to be affected. the tumour due to irritation of subperiosteal blood c.

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  • Deposition of new bone occurs on raised subperiosteal c.

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