perichondrial

Terms vs Perichondrial - What's the difference?

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As a noun terms

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As an adjective perichondrial is

(anatomy) of or pertaining to the perichondrium; situated around cartilage.

Perichondrial vs Perichondral - What's the difference?

perichondrial | perichondral |


As adjectives the difference between perichondrial and perichondral

is that perichondrial is (anatomy) of or pertaining to the perichondrium; situated around cartilage while perichondral is of or relating to the layer of fibrous connective tissue that envelops cartilages (other than at the joints).

Perichondria vs Perichondrial - What's the difference?

perichondria | perichondrial |


As a noun perichondria

is .

As an adjective perichondrial is

(anatomy) of or pertaining to the perichondrium; situated around cartilage.

Mucoperichondrial vs Perichondrial - What's the difference?

mucoperichondrial | perichondrial | Derived terms |

Mucoperichondrial is a derived term of perichondrial.


As adjectives the difference between mucoperichondrial and perichondrial

is that mucoperichondrial is relating to the mucoperichondrium while perichondrial is (anatomy) of or pertaining to the perichondrium; situated around cartilage.

Cartilage vs Perichondrial - What's the difference?

cartilage | perichondrial |


In anatomy|lang=en terms the difference between cartilage and perichondrial

is that cartilage is (anatomy) a type of dense, non-vascular connective tissue, usually found at the end of joints, the rib cage, the ear, the nose, in the throat and between intervertebral disks while perichondrial is (anatomy) of or pertaining to the perichondrium; situated around cartilage.

As a noun cartilage

is (anatomy) a type of dense, non-vascular connective tissue, usually found at the end of joints, the rib cage, the ear, the nose, in the throat and between intervertebral disks.

As an adjective perichondrial is

(anatomy) of or pertaining to the perichondrium; situated around cartilage.

Perichondrium vs Perichondrial - What's the difference?

perichondrium | perichondrial |


In anatomy|lang=en terms the difference between perichondrium and perichondrial

is that perichondrium is (anatomy) a dense layer of fibrous connective tissue surrounding the cartilage of developing bone while perichondrial is (anatomy) of or pertaining to the perichondrium; situated around cartilage.

As a noun perichondrium

is (anatomy) a dense layer of fibrous connective tissue surrounding the cartilage of developing bone.

As an adjective perichondrial is

(anatomy) of or pertaining to the perichondrium; situated around cartilage.