fibrocartilaginous


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fi·bro·car·ti·lag·i·nous

(fī'brō-kar'ti-laj'i-nŭs),
Relating to or composed of fibrocartilage.

fi·bro·car·ti·lag·i·nous

(fī'brō-kahr-ti-laj'i-nŭs)
Relating to or composed of fibrocartilage.
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Trauma and/or vigorous exercise may play an important role in the production of fibrocartilaginous embolism (FUENTEALBA et al., 1991; NEER, 1992).
They showed that seeding the scaffold with autologous chondrocytes enhanced meniscal regenerative capacity and resulted in improved in vivo fibrocartilaginous tissue formation [28].
Microscopic examination of the sections of the femur bone exhibited disruptive and lytic changes and fibrocartilaginous matrix with osteodystrophy.
A, Oblique (3/4) radiograph preoperatively of a fibrocartilaginous calcaneo-navicular coalition in the right foot.
Meniscus is a fibrocartilaginous structure that cushions the joint surface of the knee," he explained.
At 6 weeks after graft implantation, all ulna defects were healed with fibrocartilaginous union.
They're actually composed of bone with a fibrocartilaginous cap," she said, noting that tenderness is an important clue to the diagnosis.
The articular disc which is a fibrocartilaginous or fibrous structure allows for smooth movement between the articular surfaces of the temporomandibular joint which move as an incongruent ginglymus (Gillbe 1973; Nickel et al.
He was referred to a spinal specialist who told Gemma he had suffered a fibrocartilaginous embolism - a blocked blood vessel in the spinal cord usually caused when a dogs lands awkwardly.
The glenoid labrum consists of a ring of dense collagenous tissue fibres with fibrocartilaginous tissue in the peripheral attachment area (Prescher 2000).