"De-vyled" ham was made out of the waste ends of smoked beef that were too small to be sliced by the machines; and also tripe, dyed with chemicals so that it would not show white; and trimmings of hams and corned beef; and potatoes, skins and all; and finally the hard cartilaginous
gullets of beef, after the tongues had been cut out.
"On cutting section, it showed fatty, cartilaginous
and bony areas along with another cystic area of size 8A7acm.
 Nasal cartilaginous
deficiencies give arise from disruptions during the embryonic period when the nasal structures are specified.
These codes reflect different prognoses; grade 1 tumours are distinguished from those of grades 2 and 3.3 Grade 1 chondrosarcomas were reclassified by the World Health Organization in 2013 as "atypical cartilaginous
tumorus" (ACT/CS1).4 The tumours are moderately cellular, with an abundant matrix of hyaline cartilage.
Subsequent immunohistochemical study by Wehrli et al (9) confirmed that MCS had phenotypic features corresponding to the early condensational phase of cartilaginous
An inverted V seagull collumellar incision was used as it helped in collumelar lengthening required due to placement of the L portion of the cartilaginous
Defined by Stout in 1948, chondrolipomas are mesenchymal tumors resulting from cartilaginous
metaplasia in lipomas and having two mature tissues simultaneously (1).
heterotopia is presence of cartilage rests and has been described throughout the female genital tract.
Otoscopic examination revealed a skin-colored, hair-bearing, dome-shaped mass over the posterior wall of the cartilaginous
part of the right external auditory canal (EAC) (figure, A).
Dubai: Surgeons at Zulekha Hospital Dubai have successfully excised a rare nasal chondroma, a benign cartilaginous
tumour, in a 43-year-old patient.
(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.