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Hyperostosis
(Bone Hypertrophy)


Increase in the mass of bone per unit volume.

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<b>hyperostosis</b> - Wikipedia,
hyperostosis - Wikipedia,
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Identification of a 52 kb
Identification of a 52 kb
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<b>Hyperostosis</b> frontalis interna
Hyperostosis frontalis interna
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<b>Hyperostosis</b> (DISH).
Hyperostosis (DISH).
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skeletal <b>hyperostosis</b>
skeletal hyperostosis
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<b>Hyperostosis</b> frontalis interna
Hyperostosis frontalis interna
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(<b>Hyperostosis</b> Corticalis
(Hyperostosis Corticalis
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Case 62 – <b>Hyperostosis</b>
Case 62 – Hyperostosis
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Hyperostosis frontalis internaPorotic hyperostosisWorth syndromeInfantile cortical hyperostosisAnkylosing hyperostosisHyperostosisKatz syndromeSAPHO syndromeIdiopathic osteosclerosisB3GALNT1

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