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Why are cartilage tissues likely to be slow in healing following an injury

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Question asked by: romcov

Asked on: 22 Sep 2009

Cartilage tissues need to be kept very still to repair and due to the nature of them, what they are made of, and the stronger bonds in cartilage than some other organic matter it means that pro rata they will take quite a bit longer time to heal than those other areas.
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Replied at: 27 Sep 2009
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