Answer to Question #136639 in Biology for Galata

Question #136639
5, Why does a damaged cartilage heal very slowly?
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2020-10-08T08:41:41-0400

Since cartilages do not have blood vessels, chondrocytes obtain nutrients via simple diffusion. The lack of blood supply results in very slow healing due to reduced supply of nutrients and slow proliferation and growth of cartilages.


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