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
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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.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

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
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How·ship la·cu·nae

(how'ship lă-kū'nē)
Tiny depressions, pits, or irregular grooves in bone that is being resorbed by osteoclasts.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Other features include primitive woven bone, numerous giant cells with Howship lacunae, and Pagetoid changes (depicting the continuous remodeling process).
Signs of bone resorption (Howship lacunae with osteoclasts) and new bone formation (multifocal deposition of osteoid) were observed.
Howship lacunae and pagetoid remodeling changes with numerous reversal lines (Figure 9, D) attest to ongoing remodeling.