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ar·thro·sis

 (är-thrō′sĭs)
n. pl. ar·thro·ses (-sēz)
1. An articulation or a joint between bones.
2. A degenerative disease of a joint.

[Greek arthrōsis, jointing, from arthroun, to fasten by a joint, from arthron, joint; see arthro-.]

arthrosis

(ɑːˈθrəʊsɪs)
n
a bone joint which enables movementa disease of joints
Translations
artroseslitasjegikt

arthrosis

nArthrose f
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the device must be suitable for radiological ultrasound examinations including ultrasound examinations of the abdominal, cervical, vascular, breast, arthrosis, testicles and limbs and other soft tissues as well as ultrasound examinations of pediatric patients.
According to the company, the Sidus Stem-Free Shoulder system is a total shoulder arthroplasty solution for patients with good bone stock that have either osteoarthritis, post-traumatic arthrosis, focal avascular necrosis of the humeral head or who had previous surgeries of the shoulder that do not compromise the fixation.
SustaFix's action is pointed at relieving the inflammation, eliminating pain and swelling of joints, and repressing the symptoms of arthritis and arthrosis.
Case Gender Age ASA Reoperation Diagnosis 1 F 69 I No Glenohumeral arthrosis 2 M 75 III No Posterior shoulder dislocation 3 F 72 I No PHF 4 F 80 III No PHF 5 M 78 II No PHF 6 F 60 I No Glenohumeral arthrosis 7 M 65 III No PHF 8 M 48 II No PHF 9 F 77 II No PHF 10 F 98 III No PHF 11 M 62 III Yes PHF 12 F 86 II No PHF 13 M 86 II No Post-traumatic humeral necrosis 14 F 81 II No PHF 15 M 59 I No PHF 16 F 80 II Yes Post-traumatic humeral necrosis Case Surgery Hematoma Period of infection Etiological agent 1 H No Early Enterococcus sp 2 H No Late S.
Outerbridge-Kashiwagi Arthroplasty in Elbow Arthrosis
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4) Similar to ulnar styloid fractures, fractures of the distal ulnar metaphysis can complicate the treatment of distal radius fractures, with the potential to cause instability, loss of forearm rotation, and posttraumatic DRUJ arthrosis.
Surgical procedures performed by opening the joint pose a risk for infection development, limitation of movement and early arthrosis.
Although the patient had arthrosis of the wrist joint with subluxation of DRUJ, the patient is doing fine with no impairment in functional daily activity and without change of occupation (Figure 3).