Examples of cartilage in a Sentence
She fell and damaged some cartilage in her knee.
Recent Examples of cartilage from the Web
In fact, in many studies runners seem to be less likely to develop knee problems, perhaps due to their lower weight, reduced systemic inflammation, and the ability of cartilage to adapt and get stronger in response to regular exercise.
There is a greater doubt about the presence of the goalkeeper Pedro Gallese, who had surgery on a problem with the cartilage in his knee in February, and returned slower than expected for his Mexican club side Veracruz.
This poor posture, Gsellman believed, developed after surgery to repair torn cartilage in his left (nonthrowing) shoulder before the 2017 season.
Camarillo stated that a follow-up MRI showed Durham’s knee was recovering well and his body was starting to grow cartilage in the correct places.
Position battles The only question entering spring training is whether or not second baseman Daniel Murphy will be fully recovered from October surgery to repair cartilage in his knee.
Starting with lighter weights and focusing on proper knee-leg alignment—knees over your ankles, not in front of them—is essential to protecting the tendons, bones, and cartilage that work together to straighten the knee.
Your body uses amino acids to build muscle, bone, cartilage, skin, hair, connective tissue, and a lot else.
The cartilage becomes thinner and less able to retain fluid.
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CARTILAGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cartilage for English Language Learners
: a strong but flexible material found in some parts of the body (such as the nose, the outer ear, and some joints)
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