Giving wings to imagination!

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Edition V07N04 | Year 2013 | Editorial Imagens na Ortodontia | Pages 32 to 33

Alberto Consolaro

A) In bone repair, after 30 days, granulation tissue was replaced by primary bone tissue with extracellular matrix (1) rich in osteocytes (2) and with several basophilic reversal lines highlighting intense bone remodeling. In medullary spaces (3), haematopoietic tissue is established, with the inner walls full of osteoblasts (4) arranged in palisade and undergoing osteogenesis. In bone repair, photomicrograph registered White-bellied Nothura-shaped medullary space (HE, 40x).
B) The White-bellied Nothura is a species of tinamou found in South America, including Brazil. The bird feeds on insects and fruits. It can fly, but spends most of its time on the ground, hidden in the bushes to escape from predators. It is yellow, brown, white and black. Its scientific name is Nothura boraquira (http://brunochavesanimais.blogspot.com.br/2011/12/codorna-do-nordeste.htm; painting by Joseph Smit: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:NothuraMarmorataSmit.jpg).

Consolaro A. Giving wings to the imagination! Dental Press Implantol. 2013 Oct-Dec;7(4):32-3.

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