chondral


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chondral

(ˈkɒndrəl)
adj
(Biology) of or relating to cartilage
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The Influence of Full-Thickness Chondral Defects on Outcomes Following Meniscal Allograft Transplantation: A Comparative Study.
4,5] In addition, subchondral bone pathology may cause neuropathy after destruction of the chondral structure, because the subchondral bone is densely innervated.
An MRI study of her right knee ordered by her medical doctor was conducted seven weeks prior to presenting to our clinic and revealed focal severe chondral thinning with deep chondral fissuring and reactive subchondral cystic change over the patellar apex and medial patellar facet with associated full-thickness chondral fissuring over the medial trochlea; moderate chondral thinning and chondral Assuring of articular cartilage in the medial femorotibial compartment; small to moderate-sized knee joint effusion with mild synovitis; no convincing meniscal tear.
This publication, with the title 'A customised femoral resurfacing metal implant for focal chondral lesions - radiostereometric analysis and subjective outcome of the first ten patients' by StAaAaAeANlman, A.
The articular surfaces were well preserved without any evidence of chondral collapse or osteoarthritis.
Is There an Association Between Synovial CD30+ T Lymphocyte Count and Chondral Lesion Depth?
When the surgeon went inside he found the Chondral defect (focal area of damage to the articular cartilage, that lines the end of the bones) and after I woke up from the procedure he told me that I'd have to retire.
It can result in restrictive respiratory functions due to fused costo chondral joints and can even make cardiac resuscitation difficult.
A tympanoplasty operation was applied to all patients in the same way, and tragal perichondro chondral graft was used in tympanic membrane repair of all patients.
Analysis of meniscal and chondral lesions accompanying anterior cruciate ligament tears: relationship with age, time from injury and level of sport.
Those authors also reported worst radiographic results in patients treated late, suggesting that delayed surgical treatment, allowing recurrent patellar dislocation, may cause further chondral damage, as reported by other authors [37, 38].