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    Low power scanning electron microscope image, showing osteoporotic architecture in the fourth lumbar vertebra of an 89 year old woman (x20). The bone is heavily eroded in places by the action of osteoclasts and consists mainly of thin, fragile struts.

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    • Karen Hickerson ~ Bohemian Babe Art

      Osteoporotic Bone - Low power scanning electron microscope image, showing osteoporotic architecture in the fourth lumbar vertebra of an 89 year old woman.

    • Marissa Fessenden

      From Ria van der Velde: Osteoporotic Bone Low power scanning electron microscope image, showing osteoporotic architecture in the fourth lumbar vertebra of an 89 year old woman (x20). The bone is heavily eroded in places by the action of osteoclasts and consists mainly of thin, fragile struts. By kind permission of Alan Boyde

    • Methuselahpalooza !

      Low power scanning electron microscope image, showing osteoporotic architecture in the fourth lumbar vertebra of an 89 year old woman (x20). The bone is heavily eroded in places by the action of osteoclasts and consists mainly of thin, fragile struts. https://www.pinterest.com/0bvuc9ca1gm03at/

    • michelle s

      Osteoporosis. Drink your milk. Low power scanning electron microscope image, The fourth lumbar vertebra of an 89 year old woman (x20). The bone is heavily eroded in places by the action of osteoclasts and consists mainly of thin, fragile struts. (via Bone Research Society)

    • Ann Aldrich

      electron microscope image, showing osteoporotic architecture of an 89 year old woman (x20). The bone is heavily eroded

    • Crittergarden Pittsburgh

      Osteoporosis. Drink your milk. Low power scanning electron microscope image,

    • Patricia Nowogrodski

      Osteoporotic Architecture in the Lumbar Vertebra. Wow !!!!!!!

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