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Cancellous Bone Collection

"Cancellous Bone: Unveiling the Intricate Microcosm of Strength and Flexibility" Delve into the captivating world of cancellous bone, also known as spongy bone

Background imageCancellous Bone Collection: Spongy bone, light micrograph

Spongy bone, light micrograph
Spongy bone. Light micrograph of a section through stained and decalcified human spongy bone. This bone type is also called cancellous bone

Background imageCancellous Bone Collection: Bone tissue

Bone tissue. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of cancellous (spongy) bone. Bone tissue can be either cortical (compact) or cancellous

Background imageCancellous Bone Collection: Cross-section diagram of a human long bone

Cross-section diagram of a human long bone

Background imageCancellous Bone Collection: Thigh bone head, X-ray

Thigh bone head, X-ray
Thigh bone head. Coloured X-ray of the head of a femur (thigh bone). Seen here is cancellous, or spongy, bone, which is characterised by a honeycomb arrangement comprising a network of trabeculae

Background imageCancellous Bone Collection: Humeral bone marrow cavity, artwork C016 / 2888

Humeral bone marrow cavity, artwork C016 / 2888
Humeral bone marrow cavity. Artwork of a sectioned upper arm bone (humerus), one of the long bones of the skeleton. These carry most of the load in the arms and legs

Background imageCancellous Bone Collection: Humeral bone marrow cavity, artwork C016 / 2887

Humeral bone marrow cavity, artwork C016 / 2887
Humeral bone marrow cavity. Artwork of a sectioned upper arm bone (humerus), one of the long bones of the skeleton. These carry most of the load in the arms and legs

Background imageCancellous Bone Collection: Phalanx joint anatomy, artwork C016 / 2884

Phalanx joint anatomy, artwork C016 / 2884
Phalanx joint anatomy. Artwork of a sectioned joint between two phalanx bones (phalanges). These are found in the fingers and toes

Background imageCancellous Bone Collection: Coloured SEM of femoral spongy bone

Coloured SEM of femoral spongy bone

Background imageCancellous Bone Collection: Coloured SEM of cancellous (spongy) bone tissue

Coloured SEM of cancellous (spongy) bone tissue
Human bone. Coloured scanning electron micrograph of trabeculae in cancellous (spongy) bone tissue of the femur. Bone tissue is divided into compact and cancellous

Background imageCancellous Bone Collection: F. colour SEM of trabeculae in spongy bone tissue

F. colour SEM of trabeculae in spongy bone tissue
Cancellous bone. False-colour scanning electron micrograph of trabeculae in cancellous (spongy) bone tissue. Bone tissue is divided into compact and cancellous

Background imageCancellous Bone Collection: Artwork of microstructure of human bone

Artwork of microstructure of human bone
Bone. Illustration of the microstructure of human bone. To the right is hard or compact bone. This forms the dense shell in the outer part of the bone

Background imageCancellous Bone Collection: Coloured SEM of femoral spongy bone tissue

Coloured SEM of femoral spongy bone tissue
Human bone. Coloured scanning electron micrograph of trabeculae in cancellous (spongy) bone tissue of the femur. Bone tissue is divided into compact and cancellous

Background imageCancellous Bone Collection: Coloured SEM of bone marrow in spongy bone

Coloured SEM of bone marrow in spongy bone
Bone marrow. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of bone marrow. Bone marrow (orange) lies in the spaces of the spongy (cancellous) bone within the centre of the bone

Background imageCancellous Bone Collection: Bone trabeculae

Bone trabeculae. Computer artwork of trabeculae in spongy bone, represented as metal to illustrate its strength. Spongy bone is found inside bones, below a dense shell of hard compact bone

Background imageCancellous Bone Collection: Computer artwork of osteoporosis affecting bone

Computer artwork of osteoporosis affecting bone
Osteoporosis. Computer artwork of a Scanning Electron Micrograph showing the effect of osteoporosis on bone tissue. This section through one of the vertebrae of the backbone shows the cancellous

Background imageCancellous Bone Collection: Abstract artwork of osteoporosis affecting woman

Abstract artwork of osteoporosis affecting woman
Osteoporosis. Abstract artwork depicting the effect of osteoporosis on bone tissue. The figure of a woman is seen holding her hips in apparent pain with an image of a thigh-bone superimposed

Background imageCancellous Bone Collection: Artwork of menopause: osteoporosis, heart disease

Artwork of menopause: osteoporosis, heart disease

Background imageCancellous Bone Collection: Fossilised bird bone, SEM

Fossilised bird bone, SEM
Fossilised bird bone, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). This is cancellous, or spongy bone, which is found in the interior of bones

Background imageCancellous Bone Collection: Bone structure, artwork

Bone structure, artwork
Bone structure, computer artwork. In the interior of the bone is cancellous, or spongy, bone (left), which is found at the ends of long bones and vertebra (spine bones)


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"Cancellous Bone: Unveiling the Intricate Microcosm of Strength and Flexibility" Delve into the captivating world of cancellous bone, also known as spongy bone, through a mesmerizing light micrograph. Witness its intricate cross-section diagram within a human long bone, revealing the remarkable structure that supports our bodies. Marvel at an exquisite artwork showcasing the complexity of cancellous bone, resembling a delicate masterpiece crafted by nature itself. Explore an X-ray image capturing the head of a thigh bone, providing insight into this vital skeletal component. Immerse yourself in another stunning artwork depicting the humeral bone marrow cavity - an essential element responsible for blood cell production and storage. Admire its intricacies portrayed with precision and creativity. Discover further enchantment with detailed artwork showcasing phalanx joint anatomy - where strength meets dexterity to enable graceful movements. Appreciate how each component harmoniously interacts to facilitate fluid motion. Peer through a scanning electron microscope (SEM) to witness the magnificence of cancellous (spongy) bone tissue up close. Experience awe-inspiring colored SEM images highlighting femoral spongy bone's vibrant composition - truly a testament to nature's artistry. Uncover yet more wonders as you explore SEM images focusing on trabeculae within spongy bone tissue; their interconnections forming an architectural marvel designed for resilience and adaptability. Conclude your journey with an artistic portrayal unveiling the microstructure of human bones. Marvel at how these intricate networks intertwine to provide stability while accommodating movement seamlessly. Cancellous bone invites us into its realm – offering both strength and flexibility in perfect harmony. Its beauty lies not only in its functionality but also in its ability to captivate our imagination with every microscopic detail it unveils.