cartilage bone

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Related to endochondral bone: endochondral bone formation, intramembranous bone

cartilage bone

[′kärd·əl·ij ′bōn]
(histology)
Bone formed by ossification of cartilage.
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Immunohistochemical observations of cellular differentiation and proliferation in endochondral bone formation from grafted periosteum: Expression and localization of BMP-2 and-4 in the grafted periosteum.
Therefore, in the endochondral bone, a latency period of 5-7 days after surgery is necessary to allow time for initial callus formation and healing of soft tissues.
41) MSCs have been shown to be the primary source for endochondral bone formation, (42) and as such are ideal for future bone repair constructs.
Recombinant transforming growth factors-[beta]1 induces endochondral bone in the baboon and synergizes with recombinant osteogenic protein-1 (Bone Morphogenetic Protein-7) to initiate rapid bone formation.
In cases of clinical failure, the pieces of residual DBM often are surrounded by fibrous tissue, but because DBM induces endochondral bone formation, areas of cartilage or bone often are associated with the DBM spicules or in the adjacent tissue (Figure 3).
Fracture healing involves primary recruitment, proliferation, and differentiation of both osteoprogenitors (osteoblast progenitors), for intramembranous ossification, and undifferentiated mesenchymal cells, for endochondral bone formation (Barnes et al.
Growth in length occurs mostly by endochondral bone formation at the level of growth plates and metaphyses.
5) Indian hedgehog (IHH) and parathyroid hormone-related peptide participate in a feedback loop that coordinates chondrocyte proliferation and differentiation in endochondral bone development.
In all 31 previously reported cases of giant cell tumor of the larynx, the tumors arose in the endochondral bone of the laryngeal skeleton.