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osteoarthritis

chronic inflammation of the joints, esp those that bear weight, with pain and stiffness

osteoarthritis

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These are typically high-energy injuries in young patients and may result in significant morbidity and loss of future function resulting from avascular necrosis and secondary osteoarthrosis (6,7).
Intraosseous ganglia when associated with osteoarthrosis may be difficult to divorce from large subchondral cysts.
Indeed, a mechanism for osteoarthrosis of the basal joint predicated on incompetence of this ligament is substantiated by the clinical observation that symptomatic relief and prevention of osteoarthrosis follows ligament reconstruction in thumbs with abnormal trapeziometacarpal laxity.
Cytokine levels in osteoarthrosis patients undergoing mud bath therapy.
Rather, they combined all the anatomic subsets of the disease under the ICD-9-DM classification code 715, which covers all osteoarthrosis and allied disorders.
Introduction: Spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia (SED) is a genetically heterogeneous disorder often associated with the early onset of osteoarthrosis.
Degenerative articular diseases, such as osteoarthrosis, osteoarthritis, and polyarthritis, were included as part of the AD group.
Movalis in osteoarthrosis therapy," Scientific and Practical.
Longer resting times are more closely related to other causes of pain with exercise (termed pseudoclaudication) such as radiculopathy and osteoarthrosis (13).
Lewith GT, Machin D (1981) A randomised trial to evaluate the effect of infra-red stimulation of local trigger points, versus placebo, on the pain caused by cervical osteoarthrosis.