arthrolysis

arthrolysis

 [ahr-throl´ĭ-sis]
operative loosening of adhesions in an ankylosed joint.

ar·throl·y·sis

(ar-throl'i-sis),
Restoration of mobility in stiff and ankylosed joints through the process of disrupting intraarticular and extraarticular adhesions.
[arthro- + G. lysis, a loosening]

ar·throl·y·sis

(ahr-throl'i-sis)
Restoration of mobility in stiff and ankylosed joints.
[G.arthron, joint + G. lysis, a loosening]

ar·throl·y·sis

(ahr-throl'i-sis)
Restoration of mobility in stiff and ankylosed joints through the process of disrupting intraarticular and extraarticular adhesions.
[arthro- + G. lysis, a loosening]

arthrolysis

operative loosening of adhesions in an ankylosed joint.
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The mobilization of quadriceps femoris muscle and knee joint is executed in 37 patients, arthrolysis and mobilization of the knee joint--in 10, and arthroplasty of knee joint with using allogeneic umbilical cords--in 5 patients.
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