small canal in bone microstructure that conducts blood and other substances. Named after Clopton Havers (1650-1702) an English physician and anatomist. (More? Bone Notes)
Vascular channel at the centre of an osteon
any of the many tiny canals that contain blood vessels and connective tissue and that form a network in bone
The central opening of compact bone; contains nerves and blood vessels. PICTURE
One of many channels formed within bone by the development of osteoblasts in concentric rings around them, and whose function is to facilitate linking of the living parts.
Central canal in an osteon which contain blood vessels