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Introduction: Chondropathy

Description of Chondropathy

Chondropathy: Disorder of the cartilage.

Chondropathy: Related Topics

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Chondropathy as a Disease

Chondropathy: Type of or association with medical condition Cartilage disorders.
  »Introduction: Cartilage disorders

Chondropathy: Related Diseases

Chondropathy: Chondropathy is listed as a type of (or associated with) the following medical conditions in our database:

Chondropathy as a subtype of Cartilage disorders

Cartilage disorders (medical condition): Diseases of the cartilage

Cartilage disorders (medical condition): Diseases or conditions that affect the cartilage. Cartilage is a tough but elastic connective tissue that has no nerves or blood vessels in it. Cartilage to damage is difficult to heal. Some disorders that can affect the cartilage are chondrocalcinosis, chondrodysplasia and chondromalacia.

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