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osteoblast

[′äs·tē·ə‚blast]
(histology)
A bone-forming cell of mesenchymal origin.

Osteoblast

 

a cell that is involved in bone formation in vertebrate animals and man. Osteoblasts arise during the ossification of skeletal rudiments. In mature bone, they are found only in regions of injury, regeneration, and remodelling. They also take part in the formation and calcification of the intercellular substance of a bone.

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The lack of uptake on bone scan and FGD PET along with disappearance of lesions on the non-contrast enhanced CT portion of the PET/CT (Figure 3(b)) implies that the apparent osteoblastic lesions were merely vertebral marrow enhancement secondary to collaterals formation and venous flow through the vertebral venous plexus in the cervical and thoracic spine [5].
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