woven bone


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wo·ven bone

bony tissue characteristic of the embryonal skeleton, in which the collagen fibers of the matrix are arranged irregularly in the form of interlacing networks.

woven bone

(wō′vən)
n.
Bony tissue characteristic of the embryonic skeleton in which the collagen fibers of the matrix are arranged irregularly in the form of interlacing networks.

wo·ven bone

(wō'vĕn bōn)
Bony tissue characteristic of the embryonal skeleton, in which the collagen fibers of the matrix are arranged irregularly in the form of interlacing networks.
Synonym(s): nonlamellar bone, reticulated bone.

wo·ven bone

(wō'vĕn bōn)
Bony tissue characteristic of the embryonal skeleton, in which the collagen fibers of the matrix are arranged irregularly in the form of interlacing networks.
Synonym(s): nonlamellar bone, reticulated bone.

woven bone

see woven bone.
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Histologically, it displays fibrous tissue with randomly oriented woven bone trabeculae.
Microscopic examination depicted an active production of osteoid and primitive woven bone in a well-vascularized connective tissue stroma.
Heterotopic bone is characterized by spicules of woven bone arranged in parallel arrays surrounded by fibroblasts that enclose a less calcified osteoid.
Fibro-osseous lesions are disorder of bone in which immature matrix of woven bone replaces matrix of normal bone.
In the CS-PRP group, newly formed woven bone connected the host bone edges of the defect site [Figure 2]a, and the bone marrow cavity was partially formed [Figure 2]b, which corresponds to the radiographs.
Osteiod Osteoma consists of woven bone and osteoid, which is surrounded by halo of reactive sclerotic bone, having less than 1.
WHO definition is "benign cystic lesions of bone composed of blood filled spaces separated by connective tissue septa containing fibroblasts, osteoclast type giant cells and reactive woven bone.
A layer of new woven bone was deposited at the host bone-implant interface along both sides and bone ingrowth was seen into the implant.
37) The presence of intralesional, delicate spicules of woven bone gives the affected segment a "ground-glass" appearance.
The World Health Organization has defined it as an intraosseous lesion consisting of cellular fibrous tissue that contains multiple foci of hemorrhage, aggrega-tions of multinucleated giant cells and occasionally trabeculae of woven bone.
Osteoblastomas are composed of an abundantly vascular connective-tissue stroma with active production of osteoid and primitive woven bone.