TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «OSTEOMATA»
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OSTEOMATA»
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An introduction to pathology and morbid anatomy
The Cancellous Osteomata. — These consist of cancellous osseous tissue. The
medullary spaces may contain embryonic tissue, a fibrillated tissue, or fat.
Development. — Osseous tumours like normal bone, can originate only from
Pathology and Morbid Anatomy
Thomas Henry Green. CHAPTER XVIII. THE OSTEOMATA. THE Osteomata or
osseous tumors are tumors consisting of osseous tissue. A new formation of bone
occurs under various circumsQances._ Irritative conditions of the bone and ...
Head & Neck Surgery--otolaryngology
Osteomata are solitary pedunculated osseous lesions that are smooth and round
and originate on the tympanosquamous and ... Histologically, osteomata consist
of lamellar bone around trabeculated can- cellous bone that contains ...
Byron J. Bailey, Jonas T. Johnson, Shawn D. Newlands, 2006
Imaging of the Temporal Bone
A histopathologic review of temporal bone exostoses and osteomata.
Laryngoscope 1996:106(5 Pt l):624-628 129. SheehyJL. Diffuse exostoses and
osteomata of the external auditory canal: a report of 100 operations. Otolaryngol
Head Neck ...
Joel D. Swartz, Laurie A. Loevner, 2011
What. are. 'swimmers'. osteomata? These are small bony lumps in the ear canal,
often mistaken for "tumours" when seen for the first time. They are generally
multiple and caused by chronic periostitis and bony overgrowth due to recurrent
Peter Robb, Alex Watson, 2007
Clinical Diagnosis : "the Nose"
DISCUSSION: FRONTAL SINUS OSTEOMATA Osteomata occur most commonly
in the frontal sinuses, but can occur in the ethmoidal. maxillary and sphenoidal
sinuses. They are generally seen in the second and third decade of life and are ...
Ramindar S. Dhillon, B. Djazaeri, 1995
Otology, Neurotology, and Lateral Skull Base Surgery: An ...
111 Exostoses and Osteomata (Fig. 4.4A–C) Exostoses and osteomata are
benign neoplasms of bone that occur in the osseous part of the EAC. Exostoses
usually appear as multiple, bilateral, and broad-based masses originating from
Oliver F. Adunka, Craig A. Buchman, 2011
General Principles of Orthopedics and Trauma
Osteomata. These are frequently found beneath the quadriceps muscle, in
relation to the adductor magnus muscle (called as rider's bone) (Fig. 15.2) or in
relation to the medial collateral ligament of the knee (Pellegrini-Stieda's disease).
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery: An Objective-Based Textbook
Osteomata. and. other. benign. tumours. Osteomata are benign tumours and as
such will be progressive, usually as peripheral growthsand should be excised. If
multiple they may be a featureof Gardner's syndrome.Theycan present centrally ...
Jonathan Pedlar, John W. Frame, 2007
Geneal surgical affections. The blood-vessels. The nerves. ...
The cancellous tumours have been already mentioned in the account of the
chondromata, to which many of them may be said to belong more truly than to the
osteomata. They grow at or near the ends of long bones, the tibia, femur,
Sir Frederick Treves, 1785