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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Our results clearly show that two different articulations unite the parts of the bipartite cuneiform: the presence of cartilage is due to its participation in the diarthrodial joint, while the other articulation is a synfibrosis, a synarthrosis that could experience closure due to membranous ossification, process in which no cartilage is involved (Manzanares et al., 1988).
The L2 vertebra exhibited unilateral nonunion through the left pars interarticularis, associated with the formation of a well-formed diarthrodial intermediate accessory articular facet (Fig.
(7) RA is a disease characterized by inflammation of the synovial membrane of the diarthrodial joints, which include arthrodesis of the middle ear, (incudomalleolar and incudostapedial joints) causing CHI in up to 1.9% of the cases.
The DRUJ is a diarthrodial articulation between the ulnar head and the sigmoid notch of the distal radius.
It articulates at both ends with the skull by temporomandibular joint (TMJ) which is a diarthrodial joint and allows both rotational and translational movements.4 The mandible is the most commonly fractured bone of the face5 and frac- ture of the condyle process is one of the most common fractures of the mandible.6 The incidence of condylar fracture varies from 25-6 %.7 Unilateral fractures are three times more common than bilateral one.8 In adults
Osteoarthritis (OA) is a disorder of diarthrodial or synovial joints.
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a symmetric polyarticular arthritis that primarily affects the small diarthrodial joints of the hands and feet.
The SI joints are irregularly shaped, diarthrodial joints supported by strong ligaments.
RA is an autoimmune disease affecting 0.5-1% of the adult population with potential destructive effects on diarthrodial joints and often burdened by comorbidities, particularly in the cardiovascular system.
Being synovial-lined, diarthrodial, and freely moveable functional units, they transmit shear forces and help the intervertebral discs in carrying about 16% of the vertical load [3, 4].
Hip joint is a diarthrodial joint allowing wide range of motion in extension, flexion, abduction and adduction.
"In 2012 Zimmer introduced Chondrofix Osteochondral Allograft for the repair of osteochondral lesions in diarthrodial joints in a single-stage procedure," said Clark.