periarticular

cir·cum·ar·tic·u·lar

(ser'kŭm-ar-tik'yū-lăr),
Surrounding a joint.
[circum- + L. articulus, joint]

periarticular

adjective Around or surrounding a joint.
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Excision for the treatment of periarticular ossification of the knee in patients who have a traumatic brain injury.
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Analgesia and functional outcome after total knee arthroplasty: periarticular infiltration vs continuous femoral nerve block.
Mayer also serves on the boards of Cupertino, Calif.-based Articulinx Inc., a company that makes devices to treat osteoarthritis, and Maple Grove, Minn.-based Conventus Orthopaedics Inc., which makes technology for periarticular fractures.
Skeletal reconstruction in periarticular tumor is relatively more challenging than diaphyseal tumor.
Ao contrario dos caes, na ruptura do LCCr em gatos, a frouxidao articular e geralmente palpavel mesmo em casos cronicos, pois a fibrose periarticular nao e tao proeminente (MCLAUGHLIN, 2002).
Therefore, patients with OA knees are vulnerable to periarticular pathology, which can cause knee pain.
Patients with diaphyseal and periarticular fractures began to walk with full load on an injured extremity within 1-2 months after surgery, and full weight bearing of patients with intra-articular fractures solved individually.