enchondral

in·tra·car·ti·lag·i·nous

(in'tră-kar'ti-laj'i-nŭs),
Within a cartilage or cartilaginous tissue.
Synonym(s): enchondral, endochondral

enchondral

situated, formed or occurring within cartilage.

enchondral ossification
see enchondral ossification.
retained enchondral cartilage cores
see retained enchondral cartilage cores.
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Occasionally, they reattach to the synovium and develop a blood supply which allows enchondral bone formation.
Thus, membranous bones are formed de novo from undifferentiated connective tissue (intramembranous ossification) whereas enchondral bones are formed by enchondral ossification in which undifferentiated mesenchymal cells differentiate into chondrocytes and form a cartilaginous anlage that will subsequently be replaced by bone [16, 17].
Osteochondromas may occur in any bone formed by enchondral ossification.
Its deepest portion is identical to growth plate cartilage and is arranged in columns that undergo enchondral ossification (Figure 8, D, E).
Histologically, enchondromatosis is a disorder of enchondral ossification.