The Cooperative Medical Dictionary
Osseus canals are tube-shaped cavities inside of the bone.
Different types of canals can be differentiated:
Cavities visible by the naked eye, which serve as a passage for anatomical structures (blood vessels, nerves), for example:
Cavities inside of the osseous tissue only visible by microscope:
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