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An Introduction to Bone Tumours

By Esther Cummings

Neil Mackenzie Award Winner 2017

BRS 2017

Courtesy of James Edwards (james.edwards@ndorms.ox.ac.uk)

Highlights from BRS meeting in Bristol, 25th - 27th June 2017.

Normal bone architecture

Courtesy of Alan Boyde (a.boyde@qmul.ac.uk)

Normal bone architecture in the 4th lumbar vertebra of a 30 year old female.

Osteoporotic bone architecture

Courtesy of Alan Boyde (a.boyde@qmul.ac.uk)

Osteoporotic bone architecture in the 4th lumbar vertebra of an 89 year old female.

Osteoporotic bone architecture

Courtesy of Alan Boyde (a.boyde@qmul.ac.uk)

Osteoporotic bone architecture in the 4th lumbar vertebra of an 89 year old female.

Osteoclast

By kind permission of Tim Arnett (t.arnett@ucl.ac.uk)

Time lapse movie of a rat osteoclast. This large cell has 7 nuclei, and displays complex motile activity. The sequence is speeded up 100 times.

Osteoblasts

By kind permission of Isabel Orriss (iorriss@rvc.ac.uk)

Time lapse movie of rat osteoblasts. This dense field shows several hundred cells, including a few undergoing mitosis. Note that many osteoblasts display large, waving processes, resembling cilia. The sequence is speeded up 200 times.