What is Cartilage?
A type of tissue primarily found in the joints
Fibrous, elastic tissue covering the bone surfaces in a joint. It has a sliding and impact-absorbing function.
Smooth, slippery substance preventing the ends of bones from rubbing together.
Unlike bone, cartilage does not contain blood vessels and lacks the ability to regenerate.
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