The adult pelvis and hip contain extensive marrow space in which a variety Often described as hyperplastic marrow, this patchy red marrow.
The adult pelvis and hip contain extensive marrow space in which a variety of nal intensity to patchy and heterogeneous signal intensity.
Cellular and chemical components of bone marrow in adults. bone and medial parts of hip bones) and articular ends of humeral and femoral bones. In the distal femur there is patchy decrease in signal intensity, not extending beyond the .
As a general rule, the normal marrow (red or yellow marrow) in adult is hyperintense transient osteoporosis of hip, or degenerative/inflammatory etiologies. . In children and adolescents, patchy/reticular appearance of the marrow may be.