condylarthrosis

condylarthrosis

 [kon″dil-ahr-thro´sis]
a modification of the spheroidal form of synovial joint, in which the articular surfaces are ellipsoidal rather than spheroid.

con·dy·lar·thro·sis

(kon'di-lar-thrō'sis),
A joint, like that of the knee, formed by condylar surfaces.
[G. kondylos, condyle, + arthrōsis, a jointing]

condylarthrosis

/con·dy·lar·thro·sis/ (kon″dil-ar-thro´sis) a modification of the spheroidal form of synovial joint in which the articular surfaces are ellipsoidal rather than spheroid.

con·dy·lar·thro·sis

(kon'dil-ahr-thrō'sis)
A joint, like that of the knee, formed by condylar surfaces.
[G. kondylos, condyle, + arthrōsis, a jointing]

con·dy·lar·thro·sis

(kon'dil-ahr-thrō'sis)
A joint, like that of the knee, formed by condylar surfaces.
[G. kondylos, condyle, + arthrōsis, a jointing]

condylarthrosis

a modification of the spheroidal form of synovial joint, in which the articular surfaces are ellipsoidal rather than spheroid.