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  1. [medical] used to denote an abnormal "softening of the tissues"; malacia

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Google previewCleveland Medical Gazette (1892)

Osteo-malacia is a nutritive disease of matured bone, resulting in absorption of the calcareous salts of the osseous substances and the solution of the bony trabeculae. Its etiology is obscure. It rarely occurs before the twentieth year, although ...

Google previewThe Medical and Surgical Reporter (1893)

"Osteo-malacia is a reflex tropho-neurosis of the bones dependent upon ovarian activity;" and Thorn," gives a case of a patient who had severe pains in the pelvic bones, with marked deformity, being unable to walk, and showing progressive ...

Google previewThe New England Medical Gazette (1892)

Eichhorst says : " Osteo-malacia is a rare disease, hardly more than 170 cases having been reported 1892. The Surgical Clinics of the Mass. Horn. Hospital.

Google previewtransactions (1874)

Osteo-malacia is a disease peculiar to women, and generally connected with the pregnant or puerperal state, and it is quite possible that the condition of the teeth that we have under consideration may be due to a T 2 MOUTH AND TEETH ...

Google previewThe Diseases of Children (1888)

by Sir James Frederic Goodhart

Softening of the Stomach or gastro-malacia is a condition which has received a great deal of attention, ...

Google previewThe Illinois Medical Journal (1906)

Osteo-malacia is a trophic neurosis in this case, involving the crural nerve and sausing atrophy of the muscles and brit- tleness of the bones enervated by it from the spinal cord. Dr. Lockwood reported a case of lues with a gumma on the elbow ...

Google previewThe Missouri Dental Journal (1874)

by Homer Judd, Christopher W. Spalding, Henry Seymour Chase

Osteo-malacia is a disease peculiar to women, and generally connected with the pregnant or puerperal state, and it is quite possible that the condition of the teeth that we have under consideration may be due to a modification of such a ...

Google previewOn the Condition of the Mouth and Teeth During Pregnancy (1874)

by James Oakley Coles

Osteo-malacia is a disease peculiar to women, and generally connected with the pregnant or puerperal state, and it is quite possible that the condition of the teeth that we have under consideration may be due to a MOUTH AND TEETH ...

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