Involving only one bone. [mono- + G. osteon, bone]

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mon·os·tot·ic .män-.äs-'tät-ik adj relating to or affecting a single bone

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mon·os·tot·ic (mon″os-totґik) [mono- + Gr. osteon bone] pertaining to or affecting a single bone.

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