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Morphology and water and lipid contents of stifle menisci of growing swine

Morphology and distribution of water and lipid were examined in menisci of growing swine. The broadness of menisci and the size of protruded tissue in the inner anterior portion of menisci varied among animals. Small tears of tissues were frequently observed. Both the thickness and tissue weight wer... Full description

Journal Title: Canadian journal of veterinary research = Revue canadienne de recherche veterinaire April 1992, Vol.56(2), pp.165-7
Main Author: Nakano, T
Other Authors: Aherne, F X
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Language: English
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title: Morphology and water and lipid contents of stifle menisci of growing swine
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  • Nakano, T
  • Aherne, F X
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  • Cartilage, Articular -- Chemistry
  • Lipids -- Analysis
  • Stifle -- Chemistry
  • Swine -- Growth & Development
  • Water -- Analysis
ispartof: Canadian journal of veterinary research = Revue canadienne de recherche veterinaire, April 1992, Vol.56(2), pp.165-7
description: Morphology and distribution of water and lipid were examined in menisci of growing swine. The broadness of menisci and the size of protruded tissue in the inner anterior portion of menisci varied among animals. Small tears of tissues were frequently observed. Both the thickness and tissue weight were greater in the lateral than in the medial meniscus. Water content and intensity of glycosaminoglycan staining with safranin-O were found to be greatest in the inner one-third of the meniscus, and greater in the middle than in the outer one-third of the meniscus. Lipid content was greater in the outer one-third than in the inner two-thirds of the meniscus.
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abstractMorphology and distribution of water and lipid were examined in menisci of growing swine. The broadness of menisci and the size of protruded tissue in the inner anterior portion of menisci varied among animals. Small tears of tissues were frequently observed. Both the thickness and tissue weight were greater in the lateral than in the medial meniscus. Water content and intensity of glycosaminoglycan staining with safranin-O were found to be greatest in the inner one-third of the meniscus, and greater in the middle than in the outer one-third of the meniscus. Lipid content was greater in the outer one-third than in the inner two-thirds of the meniscus.
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