from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun An articulation or a joint between bones.
- noun A degenerative disease of a joint.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In anatomy: A suture; an articulation; a joining or jointing of bones or cartilages otherwise than by ankylosis. ; ;
- noun The result of articulation; a joint; an arthron; a node.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun (Anat.) Articulation.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun Any
articulationor jointbetween bones
- noun Any
degenerative diseaseof such a joint e.g. osteoarthritis
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
Secondly, several individuals have bone pathology, such as arthrosis, mainly located on the vertebrae.
"Imagine a 94-year-old woman, suffering from a degenerative disease such as arthrosis and unable to move her hands, deaf and may be blind," said Baezner.
My ultimate goal in life is to be able to play these pieces to the end, with not too many mistakes, and this before arthrosis kicks in!
Timberlake improvises a coreography stolen right of Michael Jackson's worst days in crack and he's done, and goes home to play with his Xbox, while Madonna has to take a break that will last a couple of weeks, due to her arthrosis.
In the research programme on medicinal plants, the authors studied the analgesic action of Mentrasto tea in fifty patients with clinical and radiological arthrosis of the knee, the femur, the hands and cervix.
A U.K. Catholic news site, TotalCatholic.com picked up word from Vaticanistas that the pope has "arthrosis".
Despite her illness that was diagnosed a few years ago (diabetes and arthrosis), she continues working in her market garden.
- Painful posterior open bite and ear pain associated with acute posttraumatic hem - arthrosis, proved by nontraumatic, fluoroscopi - cally guided joint aspiration.
Failure of bone healing of the fusion ( "pseudo-arthrosis") can occur in 5 to 40\% of cases, depending on the specific surgical technique used and the patient's individual risk factors.
Musk liniment is used to relieve the pain from scathe, wound, rheumatism and arthrosis.