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chondrography (s) (noun), chondrographies (pl)
A written description of the cartilages: Chondrography is a type of dense, non-vascular connective bodily tissue which is usually found at the end of bodily joints, the rib cage, the ear, the nose, in the throat and between inter vertebral disks.

A chondrography is a solid part of the animal body, between the bones and ligaments, which in the foetus is a substitute for bone, but in the adult exists only in the joints, at the extremities of the ribs, etc.

Cartilages of chondrographies are of a whitish color, flexible, compressible, and very elastic, and some of them are apparently inorganic.