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

relating to or affecting the joints of the body


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In animal studies modeling osteoarthritis of the knee, the net effect of the inhibition of the Wnt pathway has been the regeneration of articular cartilage and suppression of inflammation in the knee joints of the study animals.
At the time of left total knee arthroplasty, with the exposure of knee, the findings were remarkable for the presence of a white, chalky paste that covered all articular surfaces (Figs.
The purposes of this study were to characterize the effect of decellularization on the biochemistry of porcine articular cartilage, determine the effect of genipin concentration on the degree of crosslinking, quantify the effect of genipin crosslinking on the stiffness of the cartilage-bone interface, and evaluate the effect of genipin-fixed cartilage on the viability of primary autologous chondrocytes.
In 2007 Farshid Guilak, a professor of orthopaedic surgery and biomedical engineering and his team developed a three-dimensional fabric "scaffold" into which stem cells could be injected and successfully "grown" into articular cartilage tissue.
Articular cartilage is a highly specialized tissue formed from cells called chondrocytes that protect the bones of joints from forces associated with load bearing and impact, and allows nearly frictionless motion between articular surfaces.
Quantitative Correlation Studies of Articular Cartilage using Microscopic Imaging Techniques: [mu]MRI, PLM, and FTIRI.
The unifying articular theory was initially proposed for the intraneural ganglion cyst arising within the peroneal nerve.
Osteoarthritis is a highly prevalent disease in the United States population, with approximately 75% of persons over age 65 having radiographic evidence of degenerative changes, and nearly two-thirds of routine knee magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) demonstrating articular cartilage damage.
The articular surfaces of bones are covered by hyaline cartilage, a specific form of supportive, connective tissue which is used to support and protect the bones.
The created biomechanical model representing entire masticatory system consisted of eight basic parts: two rigid structures representing the mandibular and maxillary dental arches, two mandibular condyles, two mandibular fossae of temporal bone, and solid models of two articular discs.
Musculoskeletal system injuries (including joints and articular cartilage) are the most common wound types seen in modern warfare, accounting for well over half of all wounds.
The PainBuster[R] catheter was removed at 48 hours along with the articular drain (unless there was persistent drainage).
Subjects: Articular cartilage lesions: Diagnosis and management of articular lesions in joint pathologies of knee, hip, shoulder, elbow, foot and ankle; basic sciences about articular cartilage pathology, nonoperative treatment and rehabilitation; arthroscopic, minimal invasive and open surgical treatment options of cartilage repair; nonprosthetic arthroplasty, biologic and prosthetic resurfacing techniques.
The other issue is whether there was damage to the articular cartilage visualized at the time of arthroscopy.
O portador da DTM pode apresentar alteracoes musculares, ruidos articulares, dor de cabeca e de ouvido, diminuicao da audicao, tontura, zumbido e compressao articular, tensao do nervo corda do timpano, perfuracao do disco, sendo esses ultimos provocados pela perda da dimensao vertical (MOLINA, 1995; FREIRE; REIS, 2004; RAMIREZ et al.