chondroplasia

chondroplasia

 [kon″dro-pla´zhah]
the formation of cartilage by specialized cells (chondrocytes).

chondroplasia

/chon·dro·pla·sia/ (kon″dro-pla´zhah) the formation of cartilage by specialized cells (chondrocytes).

chondroplasia

[-plā′zhə]
Etymology: Gk, chondros, cartilage, plassein, to form
the formation of cartilage.

chondroplasia

the formation of cartilage by specialized cells (chondrocytes).
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Participants are even allowed to take their wheelchairs on ice skating rinks," said Neena Nizar, whose sons suffer from Jansens Metaphyseal Chondroplasia, a condition that affects mobility.
Neena has undergone nearly three dozen surgeries due to a rare bone condition called Jansen's Metaphysal Chondroplasia in which the bones do not absorb calcium as a result of which the growing body parts of a body are not supported.
Provide "starter grants" to encourage research in both physical and pyschosocial areas of growth disorders and chondroplasias