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Related to articular: Articular branches, Articular process, Articular surface

articular

of or relating to joints or to the structural components in a joint
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The characteristic intraoperative findings of gout with coverage of the articular surface by the white, chalky paste material is consistent with the diagnosis of gouty arthritis.
Native and decellularized porcine articular cartilage was freeze dried and digested in 100 mM sodium phosphate buffer/10 mM Na2EDTA/10 mM L-cysteine/0.
Quantitative Study of Parallel Sections of Articular Cartilage by Polarized Light Microscopy.
The suggested treatment strategy involves decompressing the intraneural ganglion cyst, disconnecting the articular branch (once identified), and resecting the synovium.
Cartilage defects appear as synovial fluid-filled, T2 hyperintense gaps that disrupt the articular surface.
In recent years with significant progress in tissue engineering, different methods and techniques have been recommended to repair the articular surfaces: autografts, xenografts, periosteal autografts and cultured chondrocytes, which are all classified as biological resurfacing.
During all the stages of numerical experiment the character of reaction forces in temporomandibular joint articular discs changed together with the modification of simulated adjustment of occlusal interference height (Table 4).
Based upon your history, if a short course of anti-inflammatory medication or a cortisone injection do not provide adequate relief, then your only realistic options are to quit running or undergo another arthroscopy to determine the integrity of the meniscus repair and/or the integrity of the articular cartilage.
No que concerne aos sinais e sintomas, foi observada presenca de: ruido/estalido articular, cefaleia, limitacao de abertura bucal, mialgia, desvio mandibular, dor articular, zumbido, vertigem e diminuicao da audicao.
articular cartilage) as well as a highly non Newtonian lubricant (i.
Metallic articulating against hyaline cartilage, can potentially cause pain and articular cartilage erosion in some patients.
Contributors begin by describing basic structure, biology and function of articular cartilage, then describe how to evaluate outcomes following cartilage procedures.