Howship lacunae

How·ship la·cu·nae

(how'ship),
tiny depressions, pits, or irregular grooves in bone that is being resorbed by osteoclasts.
Synonym(s): resorption lacunae

How·ship la·cu·nae

(how'ship lă-kū'nē)
Tiny depressions, pits, or irregular grooves in bone that is being resorbed by osteoclasts.
Synonym(s): resorption lacunae.

Howship,

John, English surgeon, 1781-1841.
Howship lacunae - tiny depressions, pits, or irregular grooves in bone that are being resorbed by osteoclasts. Synonym(s): resorption lacunae
Romberg-Howship symptom - see under Romberg, Moritz Heinrich von

How·ship la·cu·nae

(how'ship lă-kū'nē)
Tiny depressions, pits, or irregular grooves in bone that is being resorbed by osteoclasts.
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Howship lacunae and pagetoid remodeling changes with numerous reversal lines (Figure 9, D) attest to ongoing remodeling.