No meniscus tear is identified, but the articular cartilage of the femoral condyles is noted to be twice as thick as normal values. A type of cartilage found on many joint surfaces; it contains no nerves or blood vessels, and its structure is relatively simple.
How important is this topic for clinical practice? Use Google Scholar.
The cartilage fibrous sheath is called the perichondrium. They respond to mechanical stimuli like load and chemical stimuli like Growth Growth includes the processes [Modeling is also part of bone growth] that causes increase length and girth before the closure of to epiphyseal plate closure [There is gain in length after epiphyseal plate closure].
The matrix contains a large amount of water, a network of collagen fibers, and a ground substance composed mainly of carbohydrate and noncollagenous protein.
This video reviews MRI techniques for articular cartilage. Cartilage growth mainly refers to matrix deposition, but can include both growth and remodeling of the extracellular matrix.
It is the only type of cartilage that contains type I collagen in addition to the normal type II. The chondroblast is now a chondrocyte, which is usually inactive but can still secrete and degrade the matrix depending on the conditions. Subscribe to our Newsletter and get latest publications on Musculoskeletal Health your email inbox.
Synovial joint articular cartilage?
This repair cartilage has diminished resiliency, stiffness, poor wear characteristics, and the predilection for arthritis. Low glycan content. In Skeletal System.
Fibrous cartilage has many collagen fibers and is found in the intervertebral discs and pubic symphysis. This seems to be an infectious process. Split and merge into it.
Which of the following zones has been shown to contain articular cartilage progenitor cells? Tidemark is a basophilic line which straddles the boundary between calcified and uncalcified cartilage;.
The extracellular matrix consists of ground substance proteoglycans and glycosaminoglycans and associated fibers, such as collagen. Most of the water in articular cartilage exists in the deep layer next to the calcified cartilage.
There are three types of cartilage: This zone contains a high concentration of protein and glycoprotein. Hyaline cartilage is found on many joint surfaces.