hyaline cartilage


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hyaline cartilage

[′hī·ə·lən ′kärt·lij]
(histology)
A translucent connective tissue comprising about two-thirds clear, homogeneous matrix with few or no collagen fibrils.
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Furthermore, this end had articular hyaline cartilage with a thin perichondrium with the appearance of a secondary ossification centre (Figure 12).
Upon resection, all had lobulated bland hyaline cartilage that was positive for S100 and vimentin, and negative for AE1/AE3, p53 and Ki-67.
Magnetic resonance images of the human patients show no clear difference between the new and old cartilage, suggesting that hyaline cartilage derived from different parts of the body can integrate.
Citation: "Adipose stem cells can secrete angiogenic factors that inhibit hyaline cartilage regeneration;" Christopher SD Lee et al.
The knee joint was cut in the sagittal plane and patella with its hyaline cartilage covering was stored in 10% formalin for 48 hours.
6,27) The background of undifferentiated mesenchymal, small, round or spindled cells is interrupted by highly differentiated islands of hyaline cartilage.
47) Abnormal forces on the hyaline cartilage result in early wear, especially superolaterally.
After grafting to the femur head, the mesenchymal cells of the membranous bone of the skull are able to change to the articular cartilage with hyaline nature, and this hyaline cartilage can bear the mechanical stresses of weight better than fibrocartilaginous and also does not degenerate under stress.
reported that after 40 days, a well-organized fibrous tissue fully filled the lesions of the control group, whereas the HeNe laser-treated damages showed that a hyaline cartilage filled the lesion completely.
All our joints are covered with an almost translucent, shiny and extremely slippery white surface, which is described as hyaline cartilage.
Articulating surfaces of the bones at the joint are covered by a hyaline cartilage.
No hyaline cartilage or focal bone marrow bruises were detected on either the pre- or post-scans.