Origin of cancellous
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The cancellous structure of bone may be compared to the cellular tissue in soft parts.
This would be of importance, since the clean puncture of cancellous bone was no doubt favoured by a high rate of velocity.
Notching or grooving is naturally much more common in the cancellous portions of bones.
To show how the cancellous structure of bone is able to support a great deal of weight.A Practical Physiology
Albert F. Blaisdell
It would seem that the first change is one of congestion of the vessels of the bone's cancellous tissue.Diseases of the Horse's Foot
Harry Caulton Reeks
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