Definition of Cartilaginification

1. Noun. Abnormal formation of cartilage from other tissues; observed in some Asians.

Generic synonyms: Pathology



Definition of Cartilaginification

1. n. The act or process of forming cartilage.

Definition of Cartilaginification

1. Noun. The formation of cartilage. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cartilaginification

cartilage of ear
cartilage of nasal septum
cartilage of pharyngotympanic tube
cartilage space
cartilagelike
cartilages
cartilages of larynx
cartilages of nose
cartilagineous
cartilagines
cartilagines alares minores
cartilagines laryngis
cartilagines nasales accessoriae
cartilagines nasi
cartilagines tracheales
cartilaginification (current term)
cartilaginoid
cartilaginoids
cartilaginous
cartilaginous fish
cartilaginous neurocranium
cartilaginous part of auditory tube
cartilaginous part of external acoustic meatus
cartilaginous part of skeletal system
cartilaginous septum
cartilaginous structure
cartilaginous tissue
cartilaginous tube

Literary usage of Cartilaginification

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1. A System of human anatomy, general and special by Erasmus Wilson, George Buchanan, Henry Edward Clark (1880)
"cartilaginification is complete in the human embryo at about the essential particulars with what ..."

2. Manual of pathological anatomy by Charles Handfield Jones (1875)
"wrongly said to have undergone cartilaginification, for there is no TT-al similarity between this substance and cartilage. The white patches formed on the ..."

3. The British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Or, Quarterly Journal of (1853)
"Repeated observation shows us the frequent coincidence of this change with cirrhosis of the liver, and thickening or cartilaginification (false) of ..."

4. Practical treatise on diseases of the urinary and generative organs in both by William Acton (1858)
"In the disease which occupies us, the organization of the effused lymph, the cartilaginification, and the degeneration, correspond, in some manner, ..."

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