Which location we do not see hyaline cartilage?

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Hyaline cartilage normal covers the articular surfaces of bones in typical synovial joints and primary cartilaginous joints.

Certail joints do not have hyaline cartilage covering the bony elements. These include:

1. Fibrous Joints - skull sutures, gymphosis (teeth) and interosseus joints (radius and ulna shafts)

2. Atypical Synovial Joints (these have fibrocartilage instead of hyaline cartilage covering the bones). These include the Temporomandibular (TMJ), Acromioclavicular Joint (ACJ), Sternoclavicular Joint, and 2nd to 7th Sternocostal Joints.

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