Howship lacunae

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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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During bone resorption, the acid pH in the resorption lacunae increases the release of Bps from hydroxyapatite.
After staining with hematoxylin and eosin, number of osteoclasts (multinuclear cells in the resorption lacunae close to the bone surface) were quantified under x 40 magnifications in five consecutive microscopic fields by two histopathologist.
In apical areas of Groups I and II, inflammatory alterations of the pulp were observed, such as the presence of mononuclear inflammatory cells, odontoclasts in resorption lacunae on the inner surface (Figure 1B) and variations in the odonto-blast layer that shows disorganization.
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Osteoclasts were identified as cells inside the resorption lacunae on the bone surface.
Kasai, "Expressions of RANKL/RANK and M-CSF/c-fms in root resorption lacunae in rat molar by heavy orthodontic force," European Journal of Orthodontics, vol.
Osteoclasts were identified as large multinucleated TRAP-positive (red coloured) cells located on the bone perimeter within a resorption lacunae [18].
The positive control group displayed widespread root resorption lacunae. These resorption lacunae had clear-cut yet irregular rims (Fig.
TRAP is synthesized by the osteoclast, released into the resorption lacunae, and presumed to help in the dissolution of the mineral matrix.
[10,11] Deposits of immunoglobulins (Ig) G, M, and A and complement C3 can be found along the resorption lacunae and in osteocytes and chondrocytes surrounding the affected areas (table).
2A), the resorption lacunae promoted by a lower dose of PTH (Group II) were more numerous and larger than those promoted by higher dose of PTH (Group III).