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cartilaginous

 [kahr″tĭ-laj´ĭ-nus]
consisting of or of the nature of cartilage.

car·ti·lag·i·nous

(kar'ti-laj'i-nŭs),
Relating to or consisting of cartilage.
Synonym(s): chondral

cartilaginous

/car·ti·lag·i·nous/ (kahr″tĭ-laj´ĭ-nus) consisting of or of the nature of cartilage.

cartilaginous

(kär′tl-ăj′ə-nəs)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or consisting of cartilage.
2. Having a skeleton consisting mainly of cartilage.
3. Having the texture of cartilage; firm and tough, yet flexible.

cartilaginous

See cartilage.

cartilaginous

adjective Referring to or composed of cartilage.

car·ti·lag·i·nous

(kahr-ti-laj'i-nŭs)
Relating to or consisting of cartilage.
Synonym(s): chondral.

cartilaginous

Of, pertaining to, or formed in, CARTILAGE.

cartilaginous

consisting of, or of the nature of, cartilage.

cartilaginous joint
the bones of the joint are joined together by fibrocartilage or hyaline cartilage. See synchondrosis, symphysis.
cartilaginous metaplasia
occurs in normal tendons; is classified as abnormal only when the metaplasia is bony.
multiple cartilaginous exostosis
see multiple cartilaginous exostosis.
cartilaginous osteoid
degenerate cartilage which has lost its basophilic quality and stains like osteoid.
cartilaginous tumor
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The way in which cartilaginous tumors arise at some sites in the head and neck is puzzling.
Cartilaginous tumors of the larynx: Clinicopathologic review of 47 cases.
Cartilaginous tumors are rare in the head and neck region.
Similarly, both benign and malignant conditions affecting the skeleton such as bony and cartilaginous tumors, Paget's disease and multiple myeloma are not seen in advanced stages due to improved methods of detection and treatment.
Expression of membrane type 1 matrix metalloproteinase, matrix metalloproteinase 2 and tissue inhibitor of metallo-proteinase 2 in human cartilaginous tumors with special emphasison mesenchymal and dedifferentiated chondrosarcoma.
In conclusion, an integrated clinical-pathologic diagnosis helps to clarify the nature of extraskeletal cartilaginous tumors that can arise at an unusual anatomic site.
Although there are no data available regarding laryngeal osteomas, the surgical approach is similar to that of cartilaginous tumors of the larynx.