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articular

of or relating to joints or to the structural components in a joint
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Pedicle length: The distance between anterior margin of the superior articular facet and posterior margin of the vertebral body (Bazaldua Cruz et al.; Devaraj et al., 2017).
On the basis of morphology of chondrocytes and matrix, articular cartilage structure can be divided into three zones; superficial (tangential), middle (transitional) and deep zone.
Although reluctantly, Emperor Leopold I eventually allowed them to build their churches under strict conditions scribbled in Article 25 and 26.Listen to the episode: class="es-text-justifyProtestant Scandinavians are believed to have helped build the articular Lutheran churches in Slovakia.
Joints are composed of two bones covered with articular cartilage.
[ClickPress, Tue Apr 16 2019] Launch and addition of new kinds of methods and devices are some of the other factors contributing to the growth of the global Articular Defects Treatment Market .
Ultrasonographic assessment of Baker's cysts after intra- articular corticosteroid injection in knee osteoarthritis.
The L2 vertebra had a centrum of normal size and shape, but its superior articular facets were more elongated superiorly-inferiorly than those of the L3 vertebra.
There is a discrepancy between cadaver and clinical studies, because intratendinous tears are more difficult to diagnose with arthroscopy, MRI or ultrasound than bursal or articular tears.