osteopetrosis

NOUN
  1. an inherited disorder characterized by an increase in bone density; in severe forms the bone marrow cavity may be obliterated
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  • Karas remembered hearing, "It was a little 1-year-old boy with this horrible disease called osteopetrosis, and the only cure was a bone marrow transplant, and would I be willing? Top Stories - Google News
  • I must confess that my initial thought on seeing the name Toulouse Lautrec was to wonder whether alcoholism, syphilis, voyeurism, dwarfism, osteopetrosis and inbreeding make the ideal image for a family eaterie. Aidan Brooks: Trainee Chef
  • Some genetic tests in the world are done only by a few laboratories including Acibadem (for example: griscelli, osteopetrosis, osteoimperfecta genetic tests). AME Info Latest News
  • The company markets ACTIMMUNE for chronic granulomatous disease and osteopetrosis. GuruFocus Updates -
  • GUPTA: Pediatric osteopetrosis is a condition in which the bones become thicker and thicker, eventually destroying the optic nerves, causing brain damage, compressing the organs, and ultimately leading to death. CNN Transcript Jun 7, 2005
  • One infant showed evidence of a rare congenital disease, osteopetrosis or "stone bones. Secrets in the Skeletons
  • Welling was diagnosed at a very young age with a rare genetic condition known as osteopetrosis in which bone matter can crush bone marrow cavities and can lead to especially dense bones. The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal:Today's Headlines
  • But some people actually lay down too much calcium in bone, a condition called "osteopetrosis" from "petros" as in stony. - The Naked Scientists Naked Science Radio Show PODCAST - Stripping Down Science
  • And what scientists have found is that in people who have osteopetrosis, the osteoclasts that normally breakdown bone cannot work properly. - The Naked Scientists Naked Science Radio Show PODCAST - Stripping Down Science
  • T. DONES: In the chest x-ray, his bones were chalk white, whereas in a baby they are supposed to be transparent, so all the symptoms pointed to osteopetrosis. CNN Transcript Jun 7, 2005
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