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Os Osteo Osteoporosis
Engraved before 1811 from an original in the then Museum Pio Clemens in Rome (Click for details)
Esculapius (Medicine) between Mercury (Merchants) and the Graces (Medicine, Hygiene and Panacea)
Esculapius dealt with Patients - Merchants make deals with Clients


~ OS         BONE  in sp HUESO          see> BONFIRE
~ OSSARIUM   DEPOSIT OF BONES
~ OSTEO      lat OS       = BONE        see> SKELETON
             gr  SKELOS     HARD        sug> SCLERA
             lat SACER      SACRED
             sp  SACERDOTE  PRIEST      sug> SACERDOTAL
             eng SACRUM     NEXT TO THE LAST SPINAL BONE
                 SACRISTY
                 lat SACRARIUM  SHRINE
~ OSTEOPOROSIS   med> ABNORMALLY POROUS BONES
                      A CAUSE OF SPONTANEOUS FRACTURES or
  DEMINERALIZATION OF THE SKELETON or
  LOSS OF SKELETAL CALCIUM CAUSING
  THE MELTING AWAY or POROSITY OF BONE
  lat  FUNDERE  = TO POUR as in TO MELT
  gr   PORIZEIN   TO BRING ACROSS
  lat  PORUS      or
       POERUS     GAP  PORE  FREE FLOW
  eng  POROUS     FULL OF PORES
       PORE       AN OPENING
  eng  PERMEATE   INFUSE   DRENCH
  med> MEATUS     OPENING OR THE URETHRA
  lat  MEJERE     URINATE  SOAK  IMBUE
  sp   MOJADO     WET
  ply> | SACRED SACRAL BONES IN A SACRISTY
         CAN BE POROUS OR OSTEOPOROTIC |
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