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Figure 2: Microscopically, keratinising stratified squamous epithelium lining the protuberance and mature fibroadipose tissue separate the haematopoietic marrow from its surface (a; H and E, ×40). The sclerotic shell is externally cartilaginous and undergoes endochondral ossification internally to produce bony trabeculae (b; H and E, ×40); that ceased to exist towards centrally (c; H and E, ×100)

Figure 2: Microscopically, keratinising stratified squamous epithelium lining the protuberance and mature fibroadipose tissue separate the haematopoietic marrow from its surface (a; H and E, ×40). The sclerotic shell is externally cartilaginous and undergoes endochondral ossification internally to produce bony trabeculae (b; H and E, ×40); that ceased to exist towards centrally (c; H and E, ×100)