Thesaurus / calcification
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Calcification of the teeth begins at the seventeenth week of fœtal life.

DegeneracyEugene S. Talbot

Calcification is a common form of the retrograde process, and, in very rare cases, may pass on to the formation of true bone.

ParasitesT. Spencer Cobbold

As for the calcification of the two valves together, we have seen, under the last variety, how little important a character it is.

The calcification of a thrombus takes place when the latter becomes impregnated with salts of calcium and magnesium.

Points of calcification occur in the cartilages and tendons in very chronic cases.

The changes eventually taking place in the thrombus are known as organization, calcification, and softening.

Tectospondyli (Squatina, Raia, Trygon), in which there are several concentric rings of calcification.

The Vertebrate SkeletonSidney H. Reynolds

These are known as cheesy degeneration, calcification, and fibrous transformation.

Cases have been reported of calcification of the arteries in infants and children.

Arteriosclerosis and Hypertension:Louis Marshall Warfield

A distinction is drawn between an ossification and a calcification of the blood-vessels.

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