My Sulphuretted Tablets will knock out the ossification and as for the rest it's all diet.
By that time Mr. Chase had recovered sufficiently from his ossification to speak.
The patella or knee-cap is a sesamoid bone due to an ossification in the tendon of the extensor muscles of the leg.
At the age of three, the ossification of the cranial vault has been completed.
The mode of ossification is nevertheless in many respects intermediate between that of a true cartilage bone and a membrane bone.
The ossification of the sacrum also has reached its culminating point.
It has been attacked with two diseases—softening of the brain and ossification of the heart.
The ossification of each fragment appears to have been complete.
A faint pattern of pitting radiates on the surface from the center of ossification of the frontal.
This ossification is evidently that shown in Notobatrachus as "coracoid."
ossification os·si·fi·ca·tion (ŏs'ə-fĭ-kā'shən)
The natural process of bone formation.
The hardening or calcification of soft tissue into a bonelike material.
A mass or deposit of such material.
The process of bone formation, brought about by the action of specialized bone cells called osteoclasts, which absorb old bone tissue, and osteoblasts, which form from osteoclasts and produce new bone tissue. This remodeling of bone is a constant process that maintains bone strength. See more at osteoblast, osteoclast.