Intercartilaginous


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Related to Intercartilaginous: Intercartilaginous ossification

In`ter`car`ti`lag´i`nous


a.1.(Anat.) Within cartilage; endochondral; as, intercartilaginous ossification.
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Pediatric tracheostomy revisited: a nine-year experience using horizontal intercartilaginous incision.
The intercartilaginous space was enlarged by squeezing the handles of this tool, securing the placement of cannula into the trachea [4].
Ankylosis was defined as a complete fusion of the joint secondary to severe joint space narrowing, which was defined as the loss of the radiolucent intercartilaginous space between the cricoid and arytenoid cartilages (figure 2).
At the level of the collar incision (approximately 4 cm beneath the anastomosis), an intercartilaginous incision of the trachea was performed and both superior and inferior skin flaps were sutured with the tracheal edges creating a tracheostomy, as shown in Figure 3, without placing a cannula.
(2.) Gruber, Ronald P.; Kryger, Gil, Chang, David The Intercartilaginous Graft for Actual and Potential Alar Retraction Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery.
Advantages of ultrasound in this setting include [4, 36, 51] identification of possible vessels in the field and localization of the midline and the tracheal rings for optimal intercartilaginous space selection, to avoid any possible laryngotracheal stenosis.