fibrous layer

fi·brous lay·er

the outer dense connective tissue layer of the periosteum and perichondrium.

fi·brous lay·er

(fībrŭs lāĕr)
Outer dense connective tissue layer of periosteum and perichondrium.
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Uveitis is the inflammation of the uvea, the pigmented layer that lies between the inner retina and the outer fibrous layer composed of the sclera and cornea.
Essentially, the company figured out a way to get bone to interface with PEEK without a fibrous layer forming between the two.
Uveitis, which often has an autoimmune component, is the inflammation of the uvea, the pigmented layer that lies between the inner retina and the outer fibrous layer composed of the sclera and cornea.
(1) In this disease entity, the middle fibrous layer of the TM becomes stretched and disorganized, and it will not spontaneously improve.
The outer squamous epithelium that has grown inward across the edges must be destroyed repeatedly, to permit fibroblastic proliferation of the fibrous layer.
The dorsal carpal ligament formed by the fibrous layer of the joint capsule and represented extensor retinaculum surrounded the extensor tendon on the dorsal aspect of the carpus which blends on each side with the collateral ligaments (Fig.
The entire lesion is generally surrounded by fibrous tissue, and the pancreatic ducts and islets may be entrapped in a fibrous layer. (5,8-10)
(4,5,6) The pedicled periosteum comprises of two layers, an inner cellular or cambium layer and an outer fibrous layer. The inner layer contains numerous osteoblasts and osteoprogenitor cells and the outer layer is composed of dense collagen fibre, fibroblasts and their progenitor cells, hence the regenerative potential of the periosteum is immense.
Figure 2(b) also shows the effect of PEDoT:PSS/PVP fibrous layer thickness on the I-V characteristic.
The periosteal membrane consists of an outer fibrous layer containing the blood vessels and nerves, which supply the bone, and an inner osteogenic (cambium) layer, which lies adjacent to the bone.
A fibrous layer of organic material, some living, some dead, it consist of stems, decomposing mowings, and other debris, collectively known as thatch.
The fibrous layer is comprised of a continuous network of bonded fibers selected from polyethylene terephthalate, polyethylene, polypropylene, polyamide, cellulose, modified or regenerated cellulose and blends thereof and is partially encompassed by the foamable composition.