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- noun A structural unit of bone consisting of a haversian canal and corresponding lamellae of compact bone.
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- noun anatomy Any of the central
canals, and surrounding bony layers, found in compact bone.
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Osteology, derived from the Greek word osteon, meaning bone, is the branch of anatomy that describes the structure of the skeleton.
Osteología, de la palabra Griega osteon, que quiere decir hueso, es la rama de anatomía que describe la estructura del esqueleto.
Again, this age might have been made if an osteon analysis of a cross section of the tibia had been made.
Per 'i os' te um (_peri_, around; _osteon_, bone).
But the meaning is rendered more definite by the words which follow, ek tes sarkos autou kai ek ton osteon autou;  not members of, but derived from, and partakers of, his flesh and his bones.
Canaliculi Volkmann's canal - communication between haversian canals or haversian system / osteon.
Try osteon for arthritis pain, A-R Extreme for muscle and ...
* ek tes sarkos autou kai ek ton osteon autou:  1
Haversian system: this is another way to describe an osteon 21. intercalated disc: an irregular transverse thickening of the cardiac muscle cell membrane containing both desmosomes and gap junctions 22. lacuna: a small, hollow space in cartilage or bone tissue in which living cells are found 23. leukocyte: a white blood cell 24. mesothelium: the layer of simple squamous epithelium that lines the serous membranes of the thoracic and abdominopelvic cavities and covers the organs within them 25. microvilli: the microscopic, fingerlike projections of a cell's plasma membrane that increase the surface area available for absorption 26. muscle fiber: an elongated contractile cell that forms the muscles of the body 27. neuroglia: a cell of the nervous system that protects and supports neurons
Instances are on record where the bone has been removed, leaving the periosteum, from which the entire bone was afterward renewed.] (_peri_, around, and _osteon_, a bone), while the hollow is filled with marrow, rich in fat, and full of blood vessels.