dysarthrosis


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dysarthrosis

 [dis″ahr-thro´sis]
1. deformity or malformation of a joint.

dys·ar·thro·sis

(dis'ar-thrō'sis),
1. Synonym(s): dysarthria
2. Malformation of a joint.
3. A false joint.
[dys- + G. arthrōsis, joint]

dysarthrosis

/dys·ar·thro·sis/ (dis″ahr-thro´sis)
1. deformity or malformation of a joint.

dysarthrosis

[dis′ärthrō′sis]
Etymology: Gk, dys, difficult, arthron, joint
any disorder of a joint, including disease, dislocation, or deformity, that makes movement of the joint difficult.

dysarthrosis

A term variously defined as:
(1) Dysarthria, see there; 
(2) Pseudarthrosis (non-union is increasingly preferred);
(3) Joint deformity, see there.

dys·ar·thro·sis

(dis'ahr-thrō'sis)
1. Synonym(s): dysarthria.
2. Malformation of a joint.
3. A false joint.
[dys- + G. arthrōsis, joint]

dysarthrosis

1. Deformity, dislocation or disease of a joint.
2. Development of a false joint following non-union of a bone break.

dys·ar·thro·sis

(dis'ahr-thrō'sis)
1. Malformation of a joint.
2. A false joint.
[dys- + G. arthrōsis, joint]

dysarthrosis

1. deformity or malformation of a joint.
2. dysarthria.
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