tidemark


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tidemark

a transitional zone, appearing as a wavy line, that marks the junction between calcified and uncalcified cartilage.

tidemark

undulating line that forms in the deep layer of the articular plate when growth of the bone ceases. It mineralizes but does not ossify. Called also blue line.
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The junction between the calcified and noncalcified zone is the tidemark [4, 9].
The UF range was estimated from the tidemark to the furthest recognizable chondrocyte within the ligament, as described previously,11 and this area was stained in red through Safranin O staining (Fig.
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