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Spongy Bone Collection

"Spongy Bone: A Marvel of Structure and Strength" Delve into the intricate world with this captivating light micrograph, revealing its unique composition

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

Cross-section diagram of a human long bone

Background imageSpongy Bone Collection: Cross section biomedical illustration of childhood development long bone

Cross section biomedical illustration of childhood development long bone

Background imageSpongy Bone Collection: Cross section biomedical illustration of fully developed long bone in adult

Cross section biomedical illustration of fully developed long bone in adult

Background imageSpongy Bone Collection: Bone structure, artwork C016 / 7504

Bone structure, artwork C016 / 7504
Bone structure. Computer artwork showing bone trabeculae. Trabeculae are the bars of bone that form a honeycombed hollow network, and make up the structure of spongy bone, the inner layer of a bone

Background imageSpongy Bone Collection: Bone tissue, SEM

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

Background imageSpongy Bone Collection: Fish bone, SEM C015 / 8068

Fish bone, SEM C015 / 8068
Fish bone. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a caudal (tail) fin bone from a fish. Bone tissue can be either cortical (compact) or cancellous

Background imageSpongy Bone Collection: Fish bone, SEM C015 / 8070

Fish bone, SEM C015 / 8070
Fish bone. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a caudal (tail) fin bone from a fish. Bone tissue can be either cortical (compact) or cancellous

Background imageSpongy Bone Collection: Fish bone, SEM C015 / 7923

Fish bone, SEM C015 / 7923
Fish bone. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a caudal (tail) fin bone from a fish. Bone tissue can be either cortical (compact) or cancellous

Background imageSpongy Bone Collection: Fish bone, SEM C015 / 8067

Fish bone, SEM C015 / 8067
Fish bone. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a caudal (tail) fin bone from a fish. Bone tissue can be either cortical (compact) or cancellous

Background imageSpongy 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 imageSpongy Bone Collection: Bone structure, artwork C016 / 7545

Bone structure, artwork C016 / 7545
Bone structure. Computer artwork showing bone trabeculae. Trabeculae are the bars of bone that form a honeycombed hollow network, and make up the structure of spongy bone, the inner layer of a bone

Background imageSpongy 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 imageSpongy 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 imageSpongy 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 imageSpongy Bone Collection: Long bone interior, artwork C016 / 2886

Long bone interior, artwork C016 / 2886
Long bone interior. Artwork of a cutaway sectioned portion of the upper arm bone (humerus). This is one of the long bones of the skeleton, the ones that carry most of the load in the arms and legs

Background imageSpongy Bone Collection: Bone tissue, SEM C013 / 4768

Bone tissue, SEM C013 / 4768
Bone tissue. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of cancellous (spongy) bone. Bone tissue can be either cortical (compact) or cancellous

Background imageSpongy Bone Collection: Bone tissue, SEM C013 / 4767

Bone tissue, SEM C013 / 4767
Bone tissue. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of cancellous (spongy) bone. Bone tissue can be either cortical (compact) or cancellous

Background imageSpongy Bone Collection: Bone tissue, SEM C013 / 4766

Bone tissue, SEM C013 / 4766
Bone tissue. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of cancellous (spongy) bone. Bone tissue can be either cortical (compact) or cancellous

Background imageSpongy Bone Collection: Coloured SEM of femoral spongy bone

Coloured SEM of femoral spongy bone

Background imageSpongy 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 imageSpongy 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 imageSpongy 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 imageSpongy 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 imageSpongy 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 imageSpongy Bone Collection: Bone trabeculae, artwork

Bone trabeculae, artwork. The trabeculae are the bars of bone forming a honeycombed hollow network. This is the structure of spongy bone, the inner layer of a bone

Background imageSpongy 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 imageSpongy Bone Collection: Osteoporotic spongy bone, SEM

Osteoporotic spongy bone, SEM
Osteoporotic spongy bone. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the bony network (trabeculae) of spongy (cancellous) bone affected by osteoporosis (brittle bone disease)

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

Artwork of menopause: osteoporosis, heart disease

Background imageSpongy Bone Collection: Pagets disease, light micrograph

Pagets disease, light micrograph
Pagets disease. Light micrograph of a section through bone tissue from a skull affected by Pagets disease, or osteitis deformans

Background imageSpongy Bone Collection: Bird bone tissue, SEM

Bird bone tissue, SEM
Bird bone tissue. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of cancellous (spongy) bone from a robin. This tissue, found in the interior of bones

Background imageSpongy 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 imageSpongy Bone Collection: Primate finger bone, SEM

Primate finger bone, SEM

Background imageSpongy Bone Collection: Osteoporosis bone structure

Osteoporosis bone structure
The trabeculae of spongy bone within the bones of individuals with osteoporosis

Background imageSpongy 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)

Background imageSpongy Bone Collection: Fossilised dinosaur bone, SEM

Fossilised dinosaur bone, SEM
Fossilised dinosaur bone, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). This specimen is from a long bone of a Hypsolophodon fossil found on the Isle of Wight



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"Spongy Bone: A Marvel of Structure and Strength" Delve into the intricate world with this captivating light micrograph, revealing its unique composition. Explore the inner workings of a human long bone through a cross-section diagram, uncovering the fascinating intricacies of spongy bone. Witness the remarkable journey of childhood development in a biomedical illustration showcasing the cross section of a growing long bone. Behold the fully developed long bone in an adult as depicted in another biomedical illustration, highlighting the complexity and strength of spongy bone. Dive deeper into understanding the structure of human bones with an insightful biomedical illustration that unveils their hidden secrets. Immerse yourself in artistry as you admire artwork C016/7504, capturing the essence and beauty of bone structure like never before. Uncover nature's wonders with stunning artwork that showcases both fragility and resilience within our skeletal system. Get up close and personal with spongy bone tissue through scanning electron microscopy (SEM), revealing its intricate network and texture. Embark on an underwater adventure as SEM captures fish bones' delicate yet robust nature - behold SEM C015/8068. Discover more mesmerizing details from beneath ocean waves with SEM image C015/8070, showcasing fish bones' extraordinary architecture. Intricate, resilient, and awe-inspiring – spongy bone is truly a marvel worth exploring.