synovial

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Related to synovialis: membrana synovialis

syn·o·vi·a

 (sĭ-nō′vē-ə)
n.
A clear, viscid lubricating fluid secreted by membranes in joint cavities, sheaths of tendons, and bursae.

[New Latin, coined by Paracelsus.]

syn·o′vi·al adj.

synovial

(saɪˈnəʊvɪəl; sɪ-)
adj
1. (Physiology) of or relating to the synovia
2. (Physiology) (of a joint) surrounded by a synovia-secreting membrane
synˈovially adv
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Adj.1.synovial - relating to or secreting synovia
Translations

synovial

[saɪˈnəʊvɪəl] ADJsinovial

sy·no·vi·al

a. sinovial, rel. a la membrana sinovial;
___ bursabursa ___;
___ cystquiste ___.

synovial

adj sinovial
References in periodicals archive ?
Codigo TAI Latin A03.0.00.000 Juncturae; Systema articulare A03.0.00.001 Junctura A03.0.00.020 Junctura synovialis; Articulatio; Diarthrosis A03.0.00.022 Cavitas articularis A03.0.00.023 Fossa articularis A03.0.00.026 Capsula articularis A03.0.00.028 Membrana synovialis; Stratum synoviale A03.0.00.032 Discus articularis A03.0.00.034 Ligamenta A03.0.00.035 Ligg.
The topics include diagnostic arthroscopy and loose body removal, plica synovialis of the elbow, arthroscopic radial head resection and open radial head replacement, arthroscopic and open treatment of the throwing elbow: the Docking technique, open medial ulnar collateral ligament repair, the rehabilitation of the overhead athlete's elbow, wrist arthroscopy: triangular fibrocartilage debridement and arthroscopically assisted ulnar shortening, the arthroscopic treatment of scapholunate instability and indications and techniques for the arthroscopic management of scapholunate injuries, and endoscopic carpal tunnel release: the Chow technique.
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However, HSP 70 antibodies are also found in the synovium of patients with RA and occur in the synovialis if the HSP 70 expression is triggered by specific stress factors and pro inflammatory cytokines.