Pronunciation: pan′ŭs, pan′ī
1. The inflammatory synovial tissue found in rheumatoid joints that covers the articular cartilages that progressively destroys the underlying articular cartilages; also found in other chronic granulomatous disease, including tuberculosis.
2. The cornea in trachoma.
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