fibrocartilaginous


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Adj.1.fibrocartilaginous - of or relating to fibrocartilage
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SUMMARY: The first cervical vertebra establishes a synovial joint with the occipital condyles, without having a fibrocartilaginous disc.
In elderly individuals, the flavum ligament is lost and replaced by fibrocartilaginous cells, leading to the formation of fibrous tissue with increased affinity for calcium deposition or known as calcification of flavum ligament (CFL).
(8,10) The accessory UCL is more superficial and volar, and it blends into the fibrocartilaginous region of the volar plate (including the ulnar sesamoid bone).
The labrum is a fibrocartilaginous structure attached to the peripheral acetabulum.
Fibrocartilaginous entheses are more often associated with injury or stress than fibrous entheses, although both are affected by age as well as sex, body size, and disease (Villotte et al.
The menisci are fibrocartilaginous tissues whose main function is to transmit and distribute knee loads.
Ischemic myelopathy by fibrocartilaginous embolism (FCE) is a syndrome characterized by an acute, and non-progressive neurologic dysfunction that affects multiple species (ZACHARY, 2013; CANTILE & YOUSSEF, 2016).
Roman et al., "Acute ischemic stroke from fibrocartilaginous embolism to the middle cerebral artery," Stroke, vol.
The meniscus is a fibrocartilaginous structure that rests in the joint space between the femoral condyle and tibial plateau cartilage [1] and ensures normal knee joint function [2].
The pubic symphysis is an anatomically hemiarthrotic joint, composed of a fibrocartilaginous interpubic disc sandwiched between thin hyaline cartilages [17], which is consistent with the fibrocartilaginous nature of the subpubic mass.