osteocartilaginous

os·se·o·car·ti·lag·i·nous

(os'ē-ō-kar'ti-laj'i-nŭs),
Relating to, or composed of, both bone and cartilage.

os·se·o·car·ti·lag·i·nous

(os'ē-ō-kahr'ti-laj'i-nŭs)
Relating to, or composed of, both bone and cartilage.
Synonym(s): osteocartilaginous.

osteocartilaginous

(ŏs″tē-ō-kăr″tĭ-lăj′ĭ-nŭs)
Concerning bone and cartilage.
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This article provides a brief overview of considerations in tailoring protocols of the bony pelvis and hip to optimize detection of both intra- and extra-articular hip pathology, followed by a review of common labral, osteocartilaginous, and soft tissue variants that can be mistaken for true pathology.
While ACI is a viable option for cartilage defects of the knee, excision/debridement, bone marrow stimulation, and allograft or autograft osteocartilaginous reconstructions are also available options for surgeons.
Osteocartilaginous exostoses (Osteochrondromas) arise from the epiphyses of long bones as exophytic lesions.
Zielinski, "Osteocartilaginous choristoma of the tongue: clinical and histopathologic considerations," Journal of Oral Surgery, vol.
It consists of two cavities or fossae extending from the external nostrils (anterior nares) to the choanae and separated longitudinally by an osteocartilaginous septum.
Banerjee and Eyden (2008) in their review of divergent differentiation in melanomas highlight that osteocartilaginous differentiation in melanomas may lead to misdiagnosis of osteosarcoma or chondrosarcoma, which can delay correct diagnosis and treatment [4].
The biophysical stimulation of bone and cartilage by using PEMFs covers many different aspects of bone formation and/or cartilage repair, such as healing of risk fracture, delayed fractures, nonunion, bone necrosis, oedema, and osteocartilaginous defects.
The types of differentiation reported in malignant melanoma include fibroblastic/myofibroblastic, schwannian and perineurial, smooth muscle, rhabdomyosarcomatous, osteocartilaginous, ganglionic and ganglioneuroblastic, neuroendocrine, and probable epithelial.
Macroscopic examination of the curettage specimen showed multiple, irregular fragments of rubbery, red-tan soft tissue, and white-tan hard osteocartilaginous tissue.
DISCUSSION: Osteochondroma Synonym(s): solitary osteocartilaginous exostosis [osteo- + G.
They can also arise in association with Paget disease of bone, osteocartilaginous exostosis, and bone trauma.
In the post-surgical histological examination of this structure, extrasynovial osteochondroma was reported in the IFP since the well-differentiated osteocartilaginous tissue was surrounded by fibroadipose tissue and contained hemosiderin pigments.