On The Structure And Development Of Bone
In this communication, the authors, after having briefly noticed the intimate structure of perfect bone as commonly recognised, proceed to the description of certain points connected with its structure and development, which they believe to have been hitherto entirely overlooked or only partially recognised. These points have been arranged under the following heads:— 1. The Haversian and other canals of bone. 2. The laminæ of bone. 3. The lacunæ. 4. Haversian systems. 5. Ossified cartilage of joints. 6. Ossified cells. 7. Bone tissue. 8. Development of bone in temporary cartilage. 9. Growth of bone.