arthrodial cartilage

cartilage articulaire

English-French medical dictionary. 2015.

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  • cartilago articularis — articular cartilage: a thin layer of cartilage, usually hyaline, on the articular surface of bones in synovial joints; called also arthrodial, diarthrodial, investing, and obducent cartilage …   Medical dictionary

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