osteoclasis

[n] - treatment of a skeletal deformity by intentionally fracturing a bone
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Osteoclasis

Osteoclasis: The surgical destruction of bone tissue. Osteoclasis is performed to reconstruct a bone that is malformed, often a broken bone that healed improperly. The bone may be broken and then reshaped with the aid of metal pins, casting, and bracing.
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Osteoclasis

Os`te·o·cla'sis noun [ New Latin See Osteoclast .] (Surg.) The operation of breaking a bone in order to correct deformity.
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osteoclasis

noun treatment of a skeletal deformity by intentionally fracturing a bone
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osteoclasis

(os″te-ok´lә-sis) surgical fracture or refracture of a bone.
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Osteoclasis

• (n.) The operation of breaking a bone in order to correct deformity.
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osteoclasis

The surgical or manual fracture or refracture of bones
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osteoclasis

Type: Term Pronunciation: os′tē-ok′lă-sis, os′tē-ō-klā′zē-ă Definitions: 1. Intentional fracture of a bone to correct deformity. Synonyms: diaclasis, diaclasia
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osteoclasis

surgical breaking of a bone
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