fibrous tissue

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tissue consisting of or containing fibers in both animals and plants

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The ability to actually form real cartilage in the damaged area, instead of just fibrous tissue, is an enormous breakthrough.
Graft healing with the combination of DBM and HA: At 3 weeks after implanting the DBM-HA graft combination, the ulna defects in all 4 birds were healed completely with fibrous tissue union (Fig 6).
Three to five sections were cut at 5 um and mounted onto glass slides every 25 um throughout the entire depth of the fibrous tissue mounted in the paraffin blocks.
Sections of the lesion showed dense fibrous tissue with nodules of extracellular myxoid material containing scattered histiocytes and stellate to spindled fibroblastic cells.
Because hyaluronic acid is essential for the production and maintenance of collagen - the fibrous tissue that provides firmness and a foundation to skin - diminished levels of hyaluronic acid coincide with skin texture that is more prone to developing fine lines and wrinkles.
Fibroids in or around the womb are benign tumours composed of muscle and fibrous tissue, and have been estimated to occur in 3% to 10% of women.
Fibroids are non-cancerous lumps of muscular and fibrous tissue that often cause no trouble.
CMR is extremely valuable for delineation of right ventricular (RV) anatomy and function as well as for characterising the composition of the RV wall, especially regarding the presence of fatty and/or fibrous tissue.
Microscopic examination of the right orchiectomy specimen demonstrated residual dense fibrous tissue containing lymphocytic aggregates and occasional germinal centers, which was unlikely a lymphoma.
Dupuytren's causes painless contraction of fibrous tissue directly under the skin of the palm and fingers, and may be associated with nodules or cords in the palm.
13 issue of The Journal of the American Medical Association, involved people with injured Achilles' tendons, fibrous tissue that connects the calf to the heel bone.
Fasciitis is inflammation of the layer of fibrous tissue that covers many muscles and tendons.
She told me it was nothing to worry about and was probably fibrous tissue so I didn't really think anything of it, but two weeks later it was still there and was hurting me and I thought it was getting bigger.
Instead of normal bone cells, fibrous tissue develops within the bone instead.