uncalcified

uncalcified

(ʌnˈkælsɪˌfaɪd)
adj
(General Physics) not calcified; not converted into lime
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This zone has four distinct areas; Tendon, uncalcified fibro cartilage, calcified fibrocartilage and the bone3,4.
It is hypothesized that the newly formed and uncalcified osteoid matrix exposed to the effects of ochronotic pigment could be impaired in the mineralization process.
An additional study of imaging in 10 extraskeletal MSC patients found that, on gadolinium-enhanced MRI, MCS is expected to show heterogeneous enhancement in both calcified and uncalcified areas, although sensitivity and specificity of this finding are unknown [17].
This procedure was first reported by Abe and Ochi, (62) who excised the uncalcified anterior wall of a long and large right coronary aneurysm and resutured the wall, maintaining the lumen using a probe of adequate size.
Mammography of the left breast demonstrated a 1.5 x 0.8 cm uncalcified, oval mass at the 9-10 o'clock position, which corresponded to the site of palpable abnormality (Figure 1A).
There were less than 5 plaques in 17 cases (22.4%), uncalcified in 23 (30.3%), partially calcified in 38 (50%), and completely calcified in 15 (19.7%).
Also, the placement of miniplates was not feasible given the comminuted, uncalcified nature of the fracture.
Three distinct regions of the shell were identifiable: the central part of the shell, already calcified during the calcein staining treatment; newly crystallized calcium (unstained); and the uncalcified growing shell margin (Fig.
An ACL tibial insertion consists of four distinct tissue layers of transition, namely ligaments, uncalcified fibrocartilage (UF), calcified fibrocartilage (CF), and subchondral bone.
In fact, most superficial lacerations that do not cross the tidemark, the region between the uncalcified and calcified cartilage, do not heal.
Chronic periodontitis is a periodontal disease that is initiated and sustained by microorganisms living in biofilm communities that are present in supra--and subgingival plaque in the form of uncalcified and calcified biofilms.