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BONE

Emmylou L, Adamos, M.D. University of the East College of Dentistry

Consist of matrix known as lamellae which contains mineral deposits Osteocytes Fibers which contains ostein, mucoid and albuminous substances Periosteum modified fibrous CT covering bones Endosteum lines the BM cavity

Characteristics

Spongy Bone Epiphysis Simple and less organized architecture Anastomosing bony trabeculae or spicules Meshwork pattern with numerous cavities lined by endosteum Absence of Haversian system

Compact Bone Diaphysis Regular arrangement of lamellae Dense and concentrically arranged bony trabeculae or lamellae More solid with fewer cavities Presence of Haversian system

2 Types of Bones

Periosteal or outer circumferential found in the periosteum 2. Concentric or Haversian arranged concentrically around the Haversian canal 3. Interstitial found in between Haversian systems 4. Endosteal found in the endosteum
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Lamellae According to Location

Haversian canal longitudinally oriented channels in the center of the Haversian system 2. Volkmanns canal laterally or obliquely directed connecting canals which do not form independent systems and not surrounded by concentric lamellae
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Canals Based on Orientation to Lamellar Structure

Identify the component parts of bone under light microscope Distinguish the types of bone cells in actively growing bone Classify bone marrow as to contents

Objectives

Light microscope Slides with tissue sections Color pencils Textbook and Atlas of Histology

Materials

Draw under LPO the different types bones and ossification processes. Label the visible parts.

Directions

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