lamellar bone


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lamellar bone

[lə′mel·ər ¦bōn]
(histology)
Any bone with a microscopic structure consisting of thin layers or plates.
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Malignancy is usually associated with soft tissue infiltration, most often by nodules separated from the main tumor mass, by bone stalk permeation, by host lamellar bone entrapment, by markedly increased cellularity with atypia, and by mitotic activity, myxoid stromal changes, and tumor necrosis.
In its acute form, neutrophils predominate, accompanied by bone resorption due to numerous osteoclasts lining the host lamellar bone.
1-11) The only way to diagnose auricular ossification is by identifying lamellar bone on histology.
Hematoxylin-eosin-stained sections revealed a predominance of spicules of irregular woven bone and nonuniformly distributed trabeculae of lamellar bone, both of which were embedded within a highly cellular, spindle-shaped, fibroblastic stroma in a storiform arrangement.
Histopathologic examination revealed mature, dense lamellar bone (figure 3).
Hypothermia leads to thrombosis, ischemia, and a proliferation of lamellar bone.
Ossifying fibromas involve lamellar bone trabeculae, vascularized fibrous stromas in various quantities, and trabeculae with osteoblastic rims.
The disease process involves the removal of mature lamellar bone by osteoclasts and its replacement with bone of greater thickness, cellularity, and vascularity.
Fibrous dysplasia must be differentiated from other fibro-osseous entities--chiefly ossifying fibroma, which features mature lamellar bone rimmed by osteoblasts.
The bony lesion was sent for pathologic examination, which revealed that an outer rim of squamous epithelium was surrounding areas of wide trabeculae of mature lamellar bone (figure 3).