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cartilage that is largely composed of fibers like those in ordinary connective tissue

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51) The adductor longus enthesis is a fibrocartilaginous structure at the site of stress concentration and is thus prone to injury, damage, and inflammation.
In the other hand, the embryonic skull heroically contains pluripotent mesenchymal cells which can be differentiated from the hyaline of fibrocartilaginous cartilage.
The damage causes tiny fragments of fibrocartilaginous material to enter the blood stream.
Diagnostic accuracy of magnetic resonance imaging and magnetic resonance arthrography for triangular fibrocartilaginous complex injury: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
10-12) The causes of cerebral infarct in humans include systemic hypertension, cardioembolism, and atherosclerosis, among others, (13) whereas in dogs hypertension, (14) hypercoagulable states, (14) atherosclerosis, (7,14) septic thromboemboli, (7) embolic metastatic tumor cells, (7) fibrocartilaginous embolism (7) and aberrant parasite migration or parasitic emboli (7) have been reported.
His prospective evaluation of the common technique, which involves clearing out defective cartilage and creating a series of holes in the subchondral bone to stimulate growth of fibrocartilaginous repair tissue, showed that best results were obtained in patients who had good repair tissue fill (as opposed to moderate or poor fill), low body mass index (BMI), and symptom duration less than 12 months.
Gripped by blind panic, he had no idea what caused his condition Tests finally showed he had a rare illness called fibrocartilaginous embolism.
The joint is separated by a fibrocartilaginous disk into two cavities.
Recently, O'Conell et al[1] described a fibrocartilaginous nodule in the posterior aspect of the base of the neck, at the junction of the nuchal ligament and the deep cervical fascia, that simulated a tumor.
Type I collagen is seen throughout the course of the tendon and Type II collagen along with Type IX collagen are seen in the fibrocartilaginous area of the insertion.
Ameniscus is a crescent-shaped fibrocartilaginous structure that partly divides a joint cavity, unlike articular discs, which completely separate the cavity.
Other spinal disorders not reported in penguins but recognized in other avian groups include spinal trauma, neoplasms, fibrocartilaginous embolization, and some degenerative diseases.
Microfracture, another investigational technique, involves clearing out the defective cartilage and then creating a series of holes in the subchondral bone to stimulate growth of fibrocartilaginous repair tissue.
20) Hypoxia in the critical area of the tendon may be an initiating event and could be followed by fibrocartilaginous metaplasia of the tendon, with propensity to calcify.
Pluripotent, marrow-derived mesenchymal cells migrate into the clot and allow formation of a fibrocartilaginous repair tissue.