arthroxesis

arthroxesis

 [ahr-throk´sĕ-sis]
scraping of diseased tissue from an articular surface.
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ar·throx·e·sis

(ahr-throk'sĕ-sis)
Removal of diseased tissue from a joint by means of a sharp spoon or other scraping instrument.
[arthro- + G. xesis, a scraping]
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arthroxesis

(ar-throk′sĕ-sĭs) [ arthro- + Gr. xesis, scraping]
Scraping of diseased tissue from a joint.
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