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haversian

 [ha-ver´shan]
named for the English physician and anatomist Clopton Havers, 1650–1702.

ha·ver·si·an

(ha-vĕr'shăn),
Relating to Clopton Havers and the various osseous structures described by him.

ha·ver·si·an

(hă-vĕr'zē-ăn)
Relating to Clopton Havers and the various osseous structures described by him.
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64 normal kiside (41 kadin ve 23 erkek; ortalama yas 48 yil) ilyak kortikal kemigi inceledikleri calismalarinda kortikal gozenekli yapidaki artisin duvar kalinligindaki azalma ve Haversian kanal capindaki artis ile iliskili oldugunu saptamistir (23).
(32) What is also deserving of note is that we found lamellar bone and Haversian system in the HA/Zr[O.sub.2]/PRP-treated group.
(a) Section through the femoral shaft prior to flushing of bone marrow demonstrated a large network of the Haversian and Volkmann canal system within the cortical lamellar bone.
Other animals' bones may behave differently due to the absence of Haversian systems (e.g., Clifton et al.
Viable bone evident with blood vessels within Haversian canals (d; and e;) and necrotic bone evident with empty Haversian canal (f).
While studying the bone tissue, we drew attention to the osteons' shape, their location, the shape of the Haversian canals' transection, osteons' transformation, and other issues, the description of which, undoubtedly, is important in the comparative histology.
The inner and middle cortex is heavily remodelled by Haversian bone resulting from the secondary reconstruction of the primary periosteal bone.
As observed in humans, an important feature of NHP bone is the presence of osteonal or Haversian remodeling in cortical bone (i.e., intracortical bone remodeling), which is not normally present in rodent bone (Jerome and Peterson 2001; Havill et al.
(9) Unaffected areas of the jaw in patients with BRONJ have prominent trabecular structures and smaller and fewer Haversian Canals.
Pathophysiology of pain in leukaemia Site/system Pathology Symptom Central nervous Meningeal Headache system infiltration Neck stiffness Peripheral nervous Chemotherapy- Peripheral system related nerve neuropathy damage Lymphatic system Lymphatic Nociceptive and/or infiltration neuropathic pain Splenic infiltration Abdomen Hepatic infiltration Nociceptive and/or Capsular stretch neuropathic pain Abdominal node infiltration Ileus Bone Cortical infiltration Nociceptive bone Pathological pain fractures Neuropathic bone Periosteal stretch pain Infiltration of haversian canals Table 2.
The rubbery matrix found in people deficient of cholecalciferol does not provide sufficient trabecular and collagenous support but instead hydrates and expands the bone, causing an outward pressure on the internal Haversian canals and external periosteal covering, richly innervated with sensory pain fibres.