lamellar bone


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lam·el·lar bone

the normal type of adult mammalian bone, whether cancellous or compact, composed of parallel lamellae in the former and concentric lamellae in the latter; lamellar organization reflects a repeating pattern of collagen fibroarchitecture.

lamellar bone

(lə-mĕl′ər)
n.
A bone in which the tubular lamellae are formed, which are characterized by parallel spirally arranged collagen fibers.

lam·el·lar bone

(lă-mel'ăr bōn)
The normal type of adult mammalian bone, whether cancellous or compact, composed of parallel lamellae in the former and concentric lamellae in the latter.
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Lamellar bone formation with an extensive cartilage metaplasia partly with mixed tissue of fat and necrotic muscle.
(a) Low-power photomicrograph demonstrating a nodule of dense cortical lamellar bone underlying benign-appearing stratified squamous epithelium, H&E x20.
As shown in Figures 3 and 4, woven bone combined with lamellar bone was observed in direct contact with the implant surface without the presence of fibrous tissue, although small microgaps were noted between the bone and the implant.
A, Multinodular, well-circumscribed tumor with a peripheral shell of lamellar bone. B, Higher magnification showing cellular tumor composed of rather banal, polygonal to short spindly cells with eosinophilic cytoplasm, arranged in cords in a fibromyxoid stroma.
(4) Furthermore, normal lamellar bone is laid down during treatment.
Lamellar bone tissue replaces the zone of defect over its greater extent (Figure 3, b), and this occurs by the type of primary adhesion of bone wounds.
Histologically and radiographically, intramuscular HO is distinguished from simple muscle calcification by the growth of mature lamellar bone with robust osteoblasts inside the muscle.
On day 75, the tibia consolidated through lamellar bone tissue in the intermediary area between the fragments' ends (Figure 3(d)).
In lamellar bone, its fiber organization allows the highest density per unit volume of tissue.
From day 7, the woven bone in the cortical area begins to undergo remodeling to lamellar bone, but woven bone in the medullary area undergoes resorption, which means transitory local osteopenia.
Histological examination of this specimen revealed metaplastic ossification to lamellar bone with eosinophilic ossified matrix, lacunar spaces and haversian vascular canals characteristic of bone (Fig.