osteogenesis

noun
os·​te·​o·​gen·​e·​sis | \ˌä-stē-ə-ˈje-nə-səs \

Definition of osteogenesis 

: development and formation of bone

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These kids have autism, cerebral palsy, osteogenesis or other conditions. Mike Candelaria, OrlandoSentinel.com, "Buddy Ball Baseball League a field of dreams for kids with disabilities," 21 June 2018 Werner, who has osteogenesis imperfecta — known as brittle bones disease — was also dealing with health issues. Steven Goode, courant.com, "Manchester Grads Found New Paths While Studying For Degrees," 25 May 2017

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First Known Use of osteogenesis

1830, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for osteogenesis

New Latin

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osteogenesis

noun
os·​teo·​gen·​e·​sis | \ˌäs-tē-ə-ˈjen-ə-səs \
plural osteogeneses\-​ˌsēz \

Medical Definition of osteogenesis 

: development and formation of bone

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