Histopathology of the intervertebral disc of progressive ankylosis mice.

@article{Hw1988HistopathologyOT,
  title={Histopathology of the intervertebral disc of progressive ankylosis mice.},
  author={Sampson Hw and Davis Js},
  journal={Spine},
  year={1988},
  volume={13},
  pages={650-654}
}
The intervertebral disks of progressive ankylosis mice were examined at successive periods in order to describe the pathologic lesions involved and to explore possible relationships with any known human disorder. The techniques employed in this study showed the presence of necrotic foci of calcification that ultimately obliterated the anulus fibrosus. Following the appearance of these lesions, peripheral proliferation of hyaline cartilage appeared that eventually bridged adjacent vertebral… Expand
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