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Bone Marrow Model

Credit: Bernard Kawa Kac.

“The upper part of the illustration (where the bone marrow has been omitted) shows the spongy bone meshwork composed of anastomosing bone trabeculae. Small spaces occupied by osteocytes are seen. In the lower part, the bone marrow occupies the spaces between the trabeculae. Numerous yellow adipose cells can be distinguished under low magnification.”

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About the Author
Bernard Kawa Kac

Polish-Brazilian pathologist who also works as a medical illustrator at Elsevier and Guanabara Koogan publishing houses – and a big fan of Carlos A. Machado (where he worked at the same hospital before he took over as chief illustrator of The Netter Collection of Medical Illustrations).

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