Intracortical remodeling during human bone development--a histomorphometric study.

  title={Intracortical remodeling during human bone development--a histomorphometric study.},
  author={Frank Rauch and Rose Travers and Francis H Glorieux},
  volume={40 2},
Although intracortical bone remodeling is a key aspect of bone physiology, very little is known about this process during human bone development. In this study, we examined transiliac bone samples from 56 individuals between 1.5 and 22.9 years of age (31 female; tetracycline labeling present in 42 subjects) who did not have evidence of metabolic bone disease. Parameters of osteonal structure (osteon diameter, wall thickness, diameter of osteonal canals) and dynamic measures of intracortical… CONTINUE READING


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