Arthrodial


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Ar`thro´di`al


a.1.Of or pertaining to arthrodia.
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The arthrodial membrane between the prosoma and the opisthosoma of each horseshoe crab was exposed, and the hinge joint was sterilized with 70% ethanol.
However, at the same time it also provides gliding movement which classifies it as an arthrodial joint so known as ginglymoarthrodial joint.
Recently, clinical reports of the bipartite cuneiform halves being united by an arthrodial joint (Elias et al.) confirmed previous descriptions by Barlow about the presence of a cartilaginous articular surface such as the one visible in Figure 2.
Briefly, the hemolymph was extracted through the arthrodial membrane at the base of chelipeds and walking legs using a sterile 10-mL syringe with a 23-G needle containing 5 mL of anticoagulant (450 mM NaCl, 10 mM glucose, 10 mM EDTA, 26 mM sodium citrate, and 30 mM citric acid, pH 7.3).
However, it also provides for gliding movements, which classifies it as an arthrodial joint.
Blood was collected into ammonium-heparinized capillary tubes at the arthrodial membrane of the last walking leg.
Osteopathic practitioners use a wide variety of therapeutic manual techniques to improve physiological function and/or support homeostasis that has been altered by somatic (body framework) dysfunctions, that is, an impaired or altered function of related components of the somatic system including skeletal, arthrodial, visceral and myofascial structures and related vascular, lymphatic, and neural elements [16,17].
It is one of the major diseases inducing functional impairment in population aged 50 years and older, resulting in economic loss and poor social development.[sup][1] Knee OA (KOA) is a chronic joint disease, involving arthrodial cartilage, synovial joint capsule, and muscles around the joint.
It was measured by withdrawing a 500 [micro]l sample of haemolymph from arthrodial membrane at the base of the fourth walking legs.