The marrow and cancellated tissue of the long bones may contain hemorrhages and soft gelatinous material or coagulated fibrin.
They have a large medullary cavity, with dense but thin walls, with a fine 58 cancellated structure at their articular ends.
The whole of the body whorl and commencement of the spire is cancellated.
The Basis generally has a thick, underlying, cancellated layer.
As the disease progresses, there is softening and enlarging of the cancellated tissue towards the centre of the bone.
The cancellated tissue of the body of the first lumbar vertebra was very much comminuted, and the fragments somewhat displaced.
cancellated can·cel·lat·ed (kān'sə-lā'tĭd)
Having an open, latticed, or porous structure, as in a bone.