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syn·o·vi·al flu·id

[TA]
a clear thixotropic fluid, the main function of which is to serve as a lubricant in a joint, tendon sheath, or bursa; consists mainly of mucin with some albumin, fat, epithelium, and leukocytes; synovial f. also helps to nourish the avascular articular cartilage.
Synonym(s): synovia [TA], joint oil

synovia

/sy·no·via/ (sĭ-no´ve-ah) synovial fluid.

synovia

(sĭ-nō′vē-ə)
n.
A clear, viscid lubricating fluid secreted by membranes in joint cavities, sheaths of tendons, and bursae.

syn·o′vi·al adj.

synovia

[sinō′vē·ə]
a clear, viscous fluid resembling the white of an egg, secreted by synovial membranes and acting as a lubricant for many joints, bursae, and tendons. It contains mucin, albumin, fat, and mineral salts. Also called synovial fluid.

syn·o·vi·al flu·id

(si-nō'vē-ăl flū'id) [TA]
A clear thixotropic fluid, the main function of which is to serve as a lubricant in a joint, tendon sheath, or bursa; consists mainly of mucin with some albumin, fat, epithelium, and leukocytes; synovial fluid also helps to nourish the avascular articular cartilage.
Synonym(s): synovia [TA] .

syn·o·vi·al flu·id

(si-nō'vē-ăl flū'id) [TA]
A clear thixotropic fluid, the main function of which is to serve as a lubricant in a joint, tendon sheath, or bursa.
Synonym(s): synovia [TA] .

synovia

synovial fluid; the yellow-white transparent viscid fluid secreted by the synovial membrane and found in joint cavities, bursae and tendon sheaths that serves to lubricate moving parts and nourish articular cartilage.
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Conversely, genomic information obtained for human synovia showed only 1 of these patterns, indicating a clonal relationship with 1 of the rat bacterial strains.
Caption: Figure 4: SEM picture showing widening of the space between the tendon (T) and the tendon sheath (TS) ranging from 12 to 15 micron after administration of autogenous synovia (Arrow).
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All the other authors have found the hyperplasia is to the extent of moderate to marked diffuse infiltration of synovia by lymphocytes, plasma cells and mast cells were found in 100% of cases (23).
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Role of administration of autogenous synovia (synovial fluid collected from the contra lateral joint) at the reconstructive site of tendon demonstrated its efficacy in reduction of peritendinous adhesions [9-11].
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Remaining of the embryological septo the synovial plica of the articulation of the knee is a fold in the internal face the synovia (synovial membrane), which separates embryologically form the patella in three compartments, being initiated the reabsorption of this synovia from the 4th month of intra-uterine life on, allowing the patella to be contained in a single cavity.
There is also evidence for the lifelong persistence of parvovirus B19 (genotypes 1 and 2) in tissues such as skin and synovia (10).