The Essential of Bone Histology for Forensic Applications
This chapter illustrates characteristics of bone, as specialized connective tissue, taking into account fundamentals of histology for forensic purposes (Cells of Bone, Concentric or Haversian system, Systems of internal and external circumferential lamellae, Bone Remodeling).
KeywordsBone Cells Histology Structure Remodeling
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