chondro-, chondr-, chrondrio-, chondri-, -chondriac, -chondrias, -chondromatous, -chondroma, -chondromas, -chondromata

(Greek: groat, grain, any small rounded mass; cartilage, gristle, granule, or a relationship to cartilage)

chondrocalciosis
Pseudogout; chronic recurrent arthritis clinically similar to gout. The crystals found in the synovial fluid are calcium pyrophosphate dihydreate and not urate crystals. The most commonly involved joint is the knee.
chondroclast
A giant cell involved in the absorption of cartilage.
chondrocostal
A reference to the ribs and costal (rib) cartilages.
chondrocranium
A cartilaginous skull; the cartilaginous (connective tissue substance) parts of the developing skull.
chondrocyte
chondrodermatitis
chondrodynia
Pain in and around cartilage.
chondrodystrophy
chondrogenesis
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.

chondroid
chondroitic
chondrology
chondrolysis
chondroma