Masses of red marrow, yellow marrow, and endosteum in the 19 bones and bone groups

Range Table - link grams
Organism Human Homo sapiens
Reference International commission on radiological protection, Adult reference computational phantoms, ICRP Publication 110, Ann. ICRP 39 (2), 2009 link p.36 Table 4.2
Primary Source Bolch, W.E., Shah, A.P., Watchman, C.J., Jokisch, D.W., Patton, P.W., Rajon, D.A., Zankl, M., Petoussi-Henss, N., Eckerman, K.F., 2007. Skeletal absorbed fractions for electrons in the adult male: considerations of a revised 50µm definition of the bone endosteum. Radiat. Prot. Dosim. 127, 169–173.PubMed ID17556345
Comments "The masses of red and yellow bone marrow in each bone (group) are given in Table 4.2, together with the masses of the endosteal tissue."
Entered by Uri M
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