1.Decalcified Histology

  • Used to determine biochemical composition
  • Study of cell morphology, glycosaminoglycan content
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2. Nondecalcified Histology

  • Primarily used for characterizing soft tissue to bone interfaces
  • tidemark integrity, etc.
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Some examples of histology staining through the native meniscal insertion. LI: Ligamentous Region, UF: Uncalcified Fibrocartilage, CF: Calcified Fibrocartilage, SB: Subchondral bone