calcified cartilage

cal·ci·fied car·ti·lage

cartilage in which calcium salts are deposited in the matrix; it occurs prior to replacement by osseous tissue and sometimes in aging cartilage.
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The role of calcified cartilage and subchondral bone in the initiation and progression of ochronotic arthropathy in alkaptonuria.
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Effects of calcified cartilage on healing of chondral defects treated with microfracture in horses.
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Synovial chondromatosis can be confused with tumoral CPPDCD, especially when heavily calcified cartilage matrix may obscure its cartilaginous nature.
Analysis of the mineral composition of the human calcified cartilage z one.