Explanation: The synovial membrane is a thin, vascular lining that covers the inner surfaces of the joint capsule and intra-articular ligaments and tendons. It is composed of a subsynovial connective tissue layer and a discontinuous lining of synoviocytes that are phagocytic or fibroblastic cells.
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Inner surface of the skull in lined with outer layer of the dura matter. Pia matter is attached to the brain.
Synovial joints have a fibrous articular capsule lined with synovial membrane surrounding a joint cavity.
The stomach is located on the left side in the upper abdomen. Its inner surface is lined with rugae or folds that help digest the food.
Synovial - the articulating bone ends are covered with articular cartilage, and enclosed within an articular capsule that is typically reinforced by ligaments externally. Internally the fibrous capsule is lined with a smooth synovial membrane that secretes synovial fluid.
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It is true that bones are covered and lined by a protective tissue called periosteum. The inner layer is made up mostly of osteoclasts and osteoblasts.
The stomach which is lined with ridges called Rugae the small intestines, lined with vili and micro-vili
it lined with mucus to help digest the food chemically and to keep the stomach from acid