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The term hyaline, (Hel. hualinòs = glassish) literally refers to a substance with a glass-like appearance.

In common medical histopathological usage, hyaline is a substance with a glassy, pink appearance after haematoxylin and eosin staining—most often an acellular, proteinaceous material. Hyaline cartilage is the clear, shiny ("glass-like") cartilage of articular joints.

In other scientific fields, hyaline may refer a specifically colorless and transparent substance.


IMA Mycological Glossary: Hyaline.
Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary, 19th Edition. Donald Venes ed. 1997 F.A. Davis. Page 1008.


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