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X 250. ( See enlarged image) FIG. 78– Part of the growing edge of the developing parietal bone of a fetal cat. (After J. ) ( See enlarged image) INTERCARTILAGINOUS OSSIFICATION. —Just before ossification begins the mass is entirely cartilaginous, and in a long bone, which may be taken as an example, the process commences in the center and proceeds toward the extremities, which for some time remain cartilaginous. Subsequently a similar process commences in one or more places in those extremities and gradually extends through them.

75). 6 7 8 9 FIG. 74– Section parallel to the surface from the body of the femur. X 100. a, Haversian canals; b, lacunæ seen from the side; c, others seen from the surface in lamellæ, which are cut horizontally. ( See enlarged image) FIG. 75– Perforating fibers, human parietal bone, decalcified. (H. ) a, perforating fibers in situ; b, fibres drawn out of their sockets; c, sockets. (See enlarged image) The Lacunæ are situated between the lamellæ, and consist of a number of oblong spaces. In an ordinary microscopic section, viewed by transmitted light, they appear as fusiform opaque spots.

B. S. Roosevelt, T. B. Stein, G. L. G. Reference > Anatomy of the Human Body > II. Osteology > 1. Development of the Skeleton PREVIOUS NEXT CONTENTS · BIBLIOGRAPHIC RECORD · ILLUSTRATIONS · SUBJECT INDEX Henry Gray (1821–1865). Anatomy of the Human Body. 1918. II. Osteology THE GENERAL framework of the body is built up mainly of a series of bones, supplemented, however, in certain regions by pieces of cartilage; the bony part of the framework constitutes the skeleton. In the skeleton of the adult there are 206 distinct bones, as follows:— Axial Vertebral column 26 Skeleton Skull 22 Hyoid bone 1 Ribs and sternum 25 — 74 Appendicular Upper extremities 64 Skeleton Lower extremities 62 — 126 Auditory ossicles 6 — Total 206 The patellæ are included in this enumeration, but the smaller sesamoid bones are not reckoned.

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