What damage is caused to the joint when some cartilage is broken?
well firstly the joint will not be able to move propaly and you will probaly have to have replacment cartilage.
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Answer . In most states the answer to this question is "yes". Sudden and accidental water damage is covered by most HO-3 policies (the TX equivalent to the HO-3 is the HO-B…, and sometimes the HO-A+). Although the insurance company will repair the water damage, they will not cover the appliance that covered this damage. The reason the appliance is not covered is because "appliance malfunction" isn't a covered peril.
To create the joint The cartilage provides some shock absorbent property, and the synoval fluid provides lubrication. To allow the joint to move without friction.
because it has nowhere else to go !!
you have cartilage because it enables the joint to withstand great pressure and stress
Why might a patient prefer to have a broken bone as opposed to a torn ligament or damaged cartilage?
because a torn ligament is more serious than just a broken bone. But, in some cases when you brake a bone you also can tare a ligament so, that would be bad. Damaged cartilage… is not serious at all because that's just the bendy stuff in your nose and ear. Hope this helped! :)
bent valves and/or holes in pistons.
Supporting Connective Tissue
The articular cartilage are spongy cushions that absorb compression placed on the joint and keep the bone ends from being crushed. When the 2 bones rub against each other, the…y'll be rubbing on the cartilage not on the bone. If the bones really rub against each other, then you will have joint problems like osteoarthritis (swollen joint, pain).
Although there are not many confirmed scientific studies, it seems likely that it might have a moderately positive benefit. As for anecdotal evidence, my old dog limps less w…hen I feed it cartilage pills...
It is called a synchondrosis.
Cartilage gets damaged by blunt forces.
The bones that form the bridge of the nose may be fractured, but cartilage may also be damaged, particularly the nasal septum which divides the nose.
BECAUSE it has no tissue at all ... so the 2 bones and grind when u walk Hope its helpful
I no from first hand experience that it messes up the shocks and probably if you ride it to long messed up it can damage your wheel well and from all the pressure being on the… front when you get the leaf spring fixed you probably gonna have some front suspension problems that's what happened to my cutlass
There are several painful symptoms that are caused by a damaged sacroiliac joint. Some of these symptoms include lower back pain, groin pain, hip pain, and sciatic leg pain.