It is an object of curiosity to know how would human bones look when scanned by an electron microscope. The image obtained as a result of scanning by the electron microscobe will most likely surprise anyone seeing it. But of course discovering that kind of view is still exciting.
Since not any random person could purchase an electron micrscope to obtain the imge of bones, that kind of experience would be possible at hospitals only. However if you could content with the image only, there are numerous bone images of other people on the internet. You can at least have an idea about how it might look.
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