Pertaining to, consisting of, or resembling, marrow or medulla.(adjective)
Filled with spongy pith; pithy.(adjective)
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"In a fracture of a long bone, that which surrounds the fragments is called the _external_ or _ensheathing callus_, and may be likened to the mass of solder which surrounds the junction of pipes in plumber-work; that which occupies the position of the medullary canal is called the _internal_ or _medullary callus_; and that which intervenes between the fragments and maintains the continuity of the cortical compact tissue of the shaft is called the"
"That is what in her country, which is also mine, they call the medullary bone, the most tasty and most succulent of all bones. ""
"It will also be seen that the shaft is a hollow cylinder, formed of compact tissue, enclosing a cavity called the medullary canal, which is filled with a pulpy, yellow fat called _marrow_."