noun, plural ex·os·to·ses [ek-so-stoh-seez, -suh-] /ˌɛk sɒˈstoʊ siz, -sə-/. Pathology.
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This change may consist of induration, exostosis, or even anchylosis.Special Report on Diseases of Cattle
U.S. Department of Agriculture
It may be of the natural form and size, but the passage through it more or less obstructed by exostosis.A System of Midwifery
Ringbone is the designation of the exostosis which is found on the coronet and in the digital and phalangeal regions.
This affection, popularly termed bone spavin, is an exostosis of the hock joint.
As a result there is a marked depression at the coronet, the depression being heightened in effect by the exostosis in front.Diseases of the Horse's Foot
Harry Caulton Reeks