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arthrosis

 [ahr-thro´sis]
1. a joint or articulation.
2. disease of a joint.

ar·thro·sis

(ar-thrō'sis),
1. Degenerative joint changes.
2. Synonym(s): osteoarthritis

arthrosis

(är-thrō′sĭs)
n. pl. arthro·ses (-sēz)
1. An articulation or a joint between bones.
2. A degenerative disease of a joint.

arthrosis

(1) Joint; articulatio [NA6]. 
(2) A generic term for a non-inflammatory arthropathy—e.g., degenerative joint disease.

arthrosis

1. A general term for any joint disease.
2. Pseudoarthrosis, see there.

ar·thro·sis

, pl. arthroses (ahrth-rōsis, -sēz)
1. Synonym(s): joint.
2. A degenerative disorder of a joint.
[G. arthrōsis, a jointing]

arthrosis

1. Any abnormal connection or joint occurring between bones.
2. Any degenerative process in a joint.

ar·thro·sis

, pl. arthroses (ahrth-rōsis, -sēz)
1. Degenerative joint changes.
2. Synonym(s): osteoarthritis.
[G. arthrōsis, a jointing]

Patient discussion about arthrosis

Q. Our GP said that I have a greater risk for joint disease because I am HLA-B27 + . what is he talking about? My mom and dad have a spondyloarthropathy. they went to our GP and he did us some genetic tests and said that I am HLA-B27 positive, and that i have a greater risk for several diseases. what kind of diseases is he talking about?

A. HLA-B27 is a part of our immune system. Some of us )like me) have this gene and some of us don't have it. The fact you have this gene says you might have some diseases.
Those diseases are mainly arthritis for its kinds and inflammatory bowel diseases (witch I have and its totally manageable.
if your parents have only spondyloarthropathy I guess you can expect you will have a spondyloarthropathy too.
Go to your GP and ask him to explain you more about this.

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Interobserver Agreement of the Eaton-Glickel Classification for Trapeziometacarpal and Scaphotrapezial Arthrosis. J Hand Surg Am.
(ii) Ossification of Interarticular anterior longitudinal posterior arthrosis. ligament.
[23] It can leads to alterations in normal anatomic and biomechanical relations of distal radius, incongruency at DRUJ and DRCJ with changes in volar tilt and ulnar variance, loss of relative length and rotational deformity, which can finally lead to change in load concentration, shift of forces to volar position, decreased ROM, ulnocarpal impingement, changing the carpal tunnel direction, angulations in the flexor tendons, decreasing the grip strength and leading to post-traumatic arthrosis and diminished function.
TB is commonly used to treat musculoskeletal symptoms, including bone pain, myalgia, and arthralgia, in patients with osteoporosis or arthrosis [6].
(UANL-HE 20 259); Myzobdella moorei (Meyer, 1940) (UANL-HE 20 260); Ergasilus versicolor (Wilson 1911) (UANL-HE 20 261); Ergasilus arthrosis Roberts, 1969 (UANL-HE 20 262) y Ergasilus cerastes Roberts, 1969 (UANL-HE 20 263).
We believe that a 2-stage procedure with urgent "inseason" labral reconstruction and delayed rotator cuff repair is a reliable method to get the athlete back to sport as soon as possible with confident and reliable shoulder function in the short term but undergoing definitive cuff repair later (after achieving career goals) without significant risk of additional damage or early onset arthrosis.
Nine patients with arthrosis, grade 3–4 chondral damage, rotatory instability, and history of previous knee surgery or fracture around the knee were excluded.
Cervical spine x-ray showed an inverted physiological curvature at the C3-C4 level, with arthrosis and a narrowing of the spinal canal at the C4-C7 level.
Celecoxib is used on humans with arthrosis, rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis, improving pain after 2-13 weeks of treatment (11).
RJM: It is perfect for degenerative disorders of the joints (arthrosis) and of the spinal column (osteochondrosis) and rheumatic complaints, neurological disorders including multiple sclerosis, paralyses after a stroke, circulatory disorders following due to disorders of the vascular system, migraine, heart diseases, respiratory organ disorders, chronic liver, and kidney diseases.
Studies point to the negative role of inflammation in the progression of inflammatory complications, such as arthritis and arthrosis [5, 6].