cartilaginous structure

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Duque, who said he has no financial ties to Eli Lilly or its competitors, said that all vertebrates have a cartilaginous structure known as a growth plate that is situated in distal and proximal segments of long bones.
CT revealed normal cartilaginous structure and positioning, but a small focus of air was seen within the left glottic soft tissue, which corroborated the finding of a laceration (figure 1).
A cartilaginous structure called the tympanum, or drum, forms the base for insertion of tympaniform membranes capable of vibrating.
The differential diagnosis was placed with a malignant transformation in a broncogenic cyst with secondary ossification of the cartilaginous structures. However, when the cystic wall was examined in its entirety, it did not present residual cartilaginous structures.
The first is characterized by the joint between the coronoid process and the jawbone, accompanied by cartilaginous structures and the formation of a synovial capsule [8].
(6,8) The pathophysiology of RP, a rare autoimmune condition resulting in recurrent inflammation of the cartilaginous structures, including the ears, nose, articular cartilages and airways, is poorly characterized.
Axial radiographs do not show cartilaginous structures and therefore give little information about the trochlea shape and patelofemoral articulation in infants and small children [13-15].
Relapsing polychondritis is characterized by episodic inflammation of cartilaginous structures of the body.
Relapsing polychondritis is a rare autoimmune disorder of unknown etiology, characterized by episodic inflammation/destruction of cartilaginous structures including the ear, nose, peripheral joints and tracheobronchial tree.
Relapsing polychondritis (RP) is an immune-mediated condition involving cartilaginous structures and other tissues throughout the body.
Relapsing polychondritis (RPC) is a rare autoimmune disorder that results in inflammation and destruction of cartilaginous structures throughout the body, including the ears, nose, joints and laryngotracheobronchial tree.
The position of the neck during CT scan and surgery may not be the same because soft tissues of the neck are mobile in relation to the bony and cartilaginous structures so it should be kept in mind that the position of the foreign body may not be the same during surgery as seen on CT scan, (11) as was seen in this report.
The ingredient naturally contains anti-inflammatory compounds and aids in the support of joint and/or tendon abnormalities, and systemically works to retain and preserve healthy structure anatomical placements, namely tendon, bone, joint, cartilaginous structures. This study demonstrates that TendoGuard may be a viable treatment option for the management of joint and connective tissue disorders.
In asthma and in chronic bronchitis, there may not be damage to cartilaginous structures, but with mucus and swollen and inflamed tissue obstructing the airways, the flows become obstructed with turbulent.