extraarticular


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ex·tra·ar·tic·u·lar

(eks'tră-ar-tik'yū-lăr),
Outside of a joint.

extraarticular

[ek′strə·ärtik′yələr]
Etymology: L, extra, outside, articulare, to divide into joints
pertaining to the area outside a joint or within the joint.

ex·tra·ar·tic·u·lar

(ekstră-ahr-tikyū-lăr)
Outside of a joint.

ex·tra·ar·tic·u·lar

(ekstră-ahr-tikyū-lăr)
Outside of a joint.
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Malunion should be categorized as either extraarticular or intra-articular, because treatment may differ.