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Compact Bone & Spongy Bone - A haversian canal is a central canal within the haversian system — a network of canals inside compact bone. Haversian canals occur in the center of compact bone and contain blood vessels, connective tissues, nerve fibers and lymphatic vessels. Osteons, or the structure that forms compact bone, surround these canals and are the outer component of the haversian system. The terms osteons and haversian system are often used interchangeably.
Haverisan canals are a network of tubes which surround blood vessels and nerves found in compact bone. Haversian canals run parallel with long bones and are part of osteons, also known as Haversian Systems, which are the functional units of compact bone. They were named after an English physician named Clopton Havers (1657 – 1702) who did research on the microstructure of bone and was the first to observe these canals.
Histology of bone with osteocytes
Bone Marrow Histology
histology art! Thin section through a bone with Haverse channels
BU Histology Database. Ok I want to enlarge this one for art too.
Cancer cells (histology - hematoxylin and eosin staining)
Hahaha, oh histology.... Ashley Walters Sullivan, Allison D.McT Pace, Brittany Horton Simpson, Brooke Rane Harris microscope slide earrings
Blue Histology - Epithelia and Glands - Great for Sassafras Science Anatomy
I wanna be an xray tech when I grow up so I'll have to remember all this!
photos of inside of a bone | The Skeletal System?
This is awesome. Will look at this to learn with a visual advantage-Thanks to clever person that designed it!