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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-.]
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arthrosis

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

arthrosis

nArthrose f
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Walking potential as per neurological level [3] Level Function Muscle Thoracic Paraplegic L1 - L2 Paraplegic, hip flexion Psoas L3 Knee extension Quadriceps L4 Knee extension Quadriceps Knee flexion Medial hamstrings L5 Ankle dorsiflexion Tibialis anterior S1 Ankle plantar flexion Gastroc soleus Level Walking potential Thoracic Non-walker L1 - L2 Non-walker L3 33% walk at 4 - 5 years with AFOs and crutches L4 100% walk at 3 - 4 years with AFOs and crutches L5 100% walk at 2 - 3 years with AFOs S1 100% walk at 1 - 2 years AFOs = ankle-foot arthroses. Table 2.