articular cavity

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ar·tic·u·lar cav·i·ty

[TA]
a joint cavity, the potential space bounded by the synovial membrane and articular cartilages of all synovial joints. Normally, the articular cavity contains only sufficient synovial fluid to lubricate the internal surfaces.
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articular cavity

The synovial cavity of a joint.
See also: cavity
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The syringe needle was pierced through the skin along the inferior patella until it reached the hypoechoic zone (the cavitas articularis containing joint fluid) of the left limb using B ultrasonography observation, then 1 mL of UC-MSC suspension was injected into the cavitas articularis of the treated group and 1 mL normal saline was injected into the cavitas articularis of the untreated control group.
B ultrasonography images showed that there was an echo-free space in the cavitas articularis and a discontinuous linear hypoechoic region at the trochlear sulcus at 3 days posttreatment.
Codigo TAI Latin A03.0.00.000 Juncturae; Systema articulare A03.0.00.001 Junctura A03.0.00.020 Junctura synovialis; Articulatio; Diarthrosis A03.0.00.022 Cavitas articularis A03.0.00.023 Fossa articularis A03.0.00.026 Capsula articularis A03.0.00.028 Membrana synovialis; Stratum synoviale A03.0.00.032 Discus articularis A03.0.00.034 Ligamenta A03.0.00.035 Ligg.