diarthrosis

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diarthrosis

[¦dī·är′thrō·səs]
(anatomy)
A freely moving articulation, characterized by a synovial cavity between the bones.
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Pain, lack of power, symmetrical synovitis of diarthrodial joints, destructive changes in joints, functional losses, as well as associated cardiovascular, neurological and metabolic problems may be observed in these patients.
The SI joint is structurally and functionally classified as a diarthrodial synovial joint [36,38-40].
On the other hand, collagen II (CII) has been determined as the major constituent protein of the cartilage in the diarthrodial joint (Myers et al.