Within a cartilage or cartilaginous tissue.
Synonym(s): enchondral, endochondral
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Innermost endosteal layer appears to be thickened without enchondral and outer periosteal layers (4).
Geller, "Cartilaginous metaplasia in calcified diabetic peripheral vascular disease: Morphologic evidence of enchondral ossification," Human Pathology, vol.
Junction of cartilage cap and underlying bone without atypia and resemblance to an epiphyseal plate with enchondral ossification.
The vertical increase of bones is caused by enchondral ossification, and bone growth occurs when cartilaginous tissue changes to osseous tissue.
Osteochondroma is an outgrowth of the growth plate that consists of bone and cartilage, resulting in a cartilaginous cap with enchondral bone.
The progenitor cells which cause the ossification are of vascular endothelial precursor origins that respond to an inflammatory environment and overacting BMP signaling to differentiate through an enchondral pathway into osteocytes resulting in ectopic ossification.
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].
The underlying trabecular bone reveals enchondral ossification.
The area of endosteal bone-cartilage callus revealed newly formed bone trabeculae formed primarily by enchondral way.
INTRODUCTION Otosclerosis is a disease of the bony labyrinthine capsule, which consists of one, or more otospongiotic foci instead of the less vascularized normal enchondral bone.
Tumor consists of a bony mass and a cartilage cap occurred due to persistent enchondral ossification.