Haversian canal

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any of the many tiny canals that contain blood vessels and connective tissue and that form a network in bone

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Under polarized light microscopy and especially axial sections, the Haversian systems of the periosteum were of different sizes, had variable degrees of maturation, and contained immature bone.
10:45 USING TETRACYCLINE TO MEASURE HAVERSIAN SYSTEI FORMATION RATES
Kustav Nag from Kolkata has put together a maze of white friendship bands stapled together -- the creation looks like a macroscopic version of Haversian canals in a human bone.
Previous studies have shown that ceramic calcium phosphate implants with macropores (> 100 [micro]m in diameter) allowed ingrowth of bone tissue with functional haversian systems and facilitated osseointegration (8-11).
Mature NHO mimics normal bone both radiologically and histologically and includes Haversian canals, cortex, blood vessels and bone marrow with a very low amount of hematopoiesis (1,6).
We present a case of postoperative osseous metaplasia in the maxillary sinus that led to the formation of mature bone with a well-developed haversian system and bone marrow.
They speculated that the region of lower Pb concentration has lower blood flow in the Haversian canals and, consequently, less Pb available for uptake into bone matrix during bone remodeling (Todd et al.
a lamella in a Haversian canal around a bone cell, or a local region of a polymer that is known to have a larger microstructure).
Osteoclastic resorption produces irregular scalloped cavities on the trabecular bone surface, called Howship lacunae, or cylindrical Haversian canals in cortical bone.
Lacunae, canaliculi, and haversian canals of size varying from nano to micro meters, act as natural cavities.
10:45 USING TETRACYCLINE TO MEASURE HAVERSIAN SYSTEM FORMATION RATES IN A NUBIAN POPULATION **, Amanda A.