costal cartilage

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the cartilages that connect the sternum and the ends of the ribs

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Henrichs, "Age-associated glycopeptide pigment in human costal cartilage," The American Journal of Pathology, vol.
Table 1: Methods of Grafting Extended Alar Projection Cap Graft Graft Primary 4 7 Secondary 2 21 Congenital 1 Table 2: Operated Side Extended Alar Projection Cap Graft Graft Bilateral 3 12 Unilateral 4 16 Table 3: Graft Material Costal cartilage 15 Septal cartilage 07 Ear and recycled cartilage 03 Table 4 Total Satisfied Unsatisfied Alar projection graft 28 25 03 Extended cap graft 07 05 02
In 1889, Von Mangoldt first reported the autogenous costal cartilage in rhinoplasty.
Preserved costal cartilage homograft application for the treat- ment of temporomandibular joint ankylosis.
Autologous costal cartilage has been shaped into ear lobe and covered with split thickness graft taken below the hairline in the region of reconstruction.
An incision was made over the costal cartilage of the 6th rib and after opening up the pericardial sac the fluid was allowed to drain into the pleural space.
Cricoid and tracheal ring fractures resulting in symptomatic tracheal stenosis are complicated to treat, usually requiring resection and end-to-end anastomosis or anterior augmentation grafting using auricular or costal cartilage.
15) Similarly, the therapeutic approaches involved in the management of a volleyball player included HVLA manipulation of costovertebral, costotransverse, and intervertebral zygapophyseal joints, instrument assisted soft-tissue mobilization applied directly to the costal cartilage, and Kinesiotaping of the fifth costal cartilage and along the third through sixth chondrosternal joints.
The proximal end of the tendon was found attached to the costal cartilage of the first rib, deep to the subclavius.
The preoperative CT measurements of the eighth rib cartilage were highly correlated with the actual length of the costal cartilage as measured intraoperatively.
PS cases present with absence or under-development of pectoralis major muscle associated in some cases with or without a hypoplasia of the breast an agenesis of 234 and 5 ipsilateral costal cartilage an athelia and an ipsilateral webbing of the fingers (cutaneous syndactyly).
The Transpyloric line TPL connects the tip of 9 th costal cartilage of both sides.
The patient subsequently underwent open nasoseptorhinoplasty with a caudal septal extension graft, V-Y columellar lengthening, spreader grafting, and a combined dorsal strut/shield graft using costal cartilage.
1,2,8,9,10) Costochondritis typically affects the second through the fifth costal cartilages, (2,8) whereas Tietze's syndrome most commonly affects the second or third costal cartilage.
Some investigators have reported about the presence of a Pectoralis minimus muscle lying between the first costal cartilage and the coracoid process (Testut, 1896).