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The normal vascularisation of bone
Histological aspect of bone regeneration
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anastomoses angiogenic angiogenic bone animals avascular area blood bone ends bone formation bone tissue bony calcified callus formation callus mass cartilage cartilage cells chapter chondral ossification configuration connective tissue cortex cortical network damage described diaphysial differentiation endosteum epiphysial plate fibula fixation fluid formed bone fracture callus fracture fissure fracture fragments fracture healing fracture treatment graft haematoma Haversian canals healing-process hyperaemia influence ingrowth injected intercellular substance investigations Lane's osteosynthesis later layer Lexer literature marrow cavity medullary cavity medullary vessels metaphysial metaplasia muscle musculature nail nutrient artery observed osteo osteoblasts osteocytes osteogenesis osteogenic cells periosteal network periosteal vessels periosteum picture plaster cast popliteal artery posterior tibial artery primary osteogenic tissue pseudarthrosis rabbits radiographs resorption screws seen situated soft tissues spongious bone stage structure subperiosteal bone collars tibia trabeculae Trueta type III vascularisation type III vessels unimpaired vascular pattern vascular supply vascular system venous vessels grow weeks