Bone Circulation in the Development of the Degenerative Bone Cyst
The causes and the development of intraosseous degenerative bone cysts are not well known to date and they are among the mostly often discussed problems of coxarthrosis [1–5, 7–10]. We have tried to understand the principle of this pathological process by analysing the histological changes in relation to bone circulation.
KeywordsFemoral Head Bone Trabecula Bone Cyst Bone Plate Subchondral Bone Plate
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