|1.||the act or process of coming or growing together; coalescence|
|2.||a solid or solidified mass|
|3.||something made real, tangible, or specific|
|4.||any of various rounded or irregular mineral masses formed by chemical precipitation around a nucleus, such as a bone or shell, that is different in composition from the sedimentary rock that surrounds it|
|5.||pathol another word for calculus|
concretion con·cre·tion (kən-krē'shən)
A solid mass, usually composed of inorganic material, formed in a cavity or tissue of the body; a calculus.