endochondral


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endochondral

(ˌɛndəʊˈkɒndrəl)
adj
(Anatomy) occurring, or present, in cartilage
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Jalila (24) found similar histologic confirmation of new bone formation at 6 weeks in a pigeon model and proved that bone formation occurred by endochondral ossification.
1) Within the skull, these masses arise where endochondral bone ossifies intramembranously.
The role of bone morphogenetic proteins in endochondral bone formation.
Endochondral ossification of retained fetal bones is the most widely accepted aetiological hypothesis.
The all-day workshop will include presentations on the development of microfluidic devices for point-of-care disease detection; using nanostructured surfaces to prevent bacterial contamination in surgical settings; engineering endochondral bone; and more.
Moist current from Arabian Sea is penetrating endochondral parts of the country upto 3000 feet.
Stimulation of experimental endochondral ossification by low-energy pulsing electromagnetic fields.
1,2) Within the normal intramembranous ossification, areas of endochondral ossification may also be present.
2) The site of origin has been localized to the thyroid or cricoid cartilage that is undergone endochondral ossification.
They also cover fundamental developments in understanding human mesenchymal stem cell's differentiation and growth towards tissue repair and regeneration; endochondral bone tissue engineering in the context of biomaterials and stem cells, particularly ossification; and the principle and technological advancement of craniofacial bone therapy.