chondral


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chondral

 [kon´dral]
pertaining to cartilage.

car·ti·lag·i·nous

(kar'ti-laj'i-nŭs),
Relating to or consisting of cartilage.
Synonym(s): chondral

chondral

/chon·dral/ (kon´dril) pertaining to cartilage.

chondral

[kon′drəl]
pertaining to cartilage.

car·ti·lag·i·nous

(kahr-ti-laj'i-nŭs)
Relating to or consisting of cartilage.
Synonym(s): chondral.

chondral

Pertaining to CARTILAGE.

chondral

pertaining to cartilage.
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Effects of calcified cartilage on healing of chondral defects treated with microfracture in horses.
Some studies have shown that if platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is applied in chondral lesions, signs of healing will be observed.
To our knowledge this is the only other case that has been reported of an irreducible patella in a young patient in which a chondral defect became the block to reduction.
During arthroscopy there appeared a large just recently separated pure chondral fragment at the dorsomedial femoral condyle with healthy appearing surrounding and opposing cartilage (Figure 2).
Moreover, measuring medial and lateral condylar motions individually rather than studying femoral motion as a whole might contribute to clarifying the mechanism of chondral lesions in medial and lateral compartments after ACL injury.
He reviewed pre- and post-accident MRIs of her left knee, finding no evidence of trauma, only "normal wear and tear" and chondral calcinosis--also known as "pseudo gout"--which is not caused by trauma.
During my clinical practice I use mosaicplasty, microfracture, periosteal transplantation and, in rare situations, chondrocyte transplantation to treat focal chondral defects," said Hangody.
In the STIR sequence, MRI demonstrated that chondral bodies surround the first web space and second flexor tendon, (Fig.
Frisbie DD, Trotter GW, Powers BE, et al: Arthroscopic subchondral bone plate microfracture technique augments healing of large chondral defects in the radial carpal bone and medial femoral condyle of horses.