Archives of General Internal Medicine

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Cartilage Tissue

Cartilage is a versatile and smooth flexible tissue, an elastic like cushioning that covers and ensures the finishes of long bones at the joints, and is a basic part of the rib confine, the ear, the nose, the bronchial cylinders, the intervertebral plates, and numerous other body segments. Ligament is comprised of particular cells called chondrocytes. These chondrocytes produce a lot of extracellular lattice made out of collagen strands, proteoglycan, and elastin filaments. There are no veins in ligament to gracefully the chondrocytes with supplements.

Rather, supplements diffuse through a thick connective tissue encompassing the ligament (called the perichondrium) and into the center of the ligament. Because of the absence of veins, ligament develops and fixes more gradually than different tissues.

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