- Arthroscopic surgery 'ineffective' for knee catching, locking
- Partial meniscectomy - a form of arthroscopic surgery for patients with a torn meniscus, a rupture of the fibrocartilage strips in the knee - is ineffective for individuals with mechanical symptoms of degenerative knee.
- What is degenerative disc disease?
- Intervertebral discs, also known as intervertebral fibrocartilage or spinal discs, are the padding between each vertebra of the spine. They have an elastic structure, made of fibrocartilage tissue.
- What is cartilage damage? What is articular cartilage damage?
- Fibrocartilage is the toughest type of cartilage, and it is able to withstand heavy weights. It is found between the discs and vertebrae of the spine and between the bones in the hips and pelvis.
Fibrocartilage Callus is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Fibrocartilage Callus books and related discussion.
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