Also, arthritical. of, relating to, or afflicted with .
a person afflicted with .
mid-14c., artetyk, “pertaining to arthritis,” also as a noun, from Old French artetique (12c., Modern French arthritique), corresponding to Latin arthriticus, from Greek arthritikos, from arthron “joint” (see arm (n.1)). Spelling gradually restored to Latin form in 17c.
arthritide arthritide ar·thri·tide (är’thrĭ-tīd’, -tēd’) n. A skin eruption possibly of gouty or rheumatic origin.
acute or chronic inflammation of a joint, often accompanied by pain and structural changes and having diverse causes, as infection, crystal deposition, or injury. Contemporary Examples Is that your spider sense tingling, or is that your arthritis? Grandpa in Tights: Spider-Man Hits Middle Age Sujay Kumar August 25, 2012 And of course if you do […]
- Arthritis deformans
arthritis deformans arthritis deformans arthritis de·for·mans (dē-fôr’mānz’) n. See rheumatoid arthritis. Historical Examples Tinkering with the diet has never been known to do any good for arthritis deformans and often does harm. Psychotherapy James J. Walsh But you are in an advanced stage of arthritis deformans of the soul. The Crux Charlotte Perkins Gilman In […]
- Arthritis mutilans
arthritis mutilans arthritis mutilans arthritis mu·ti·lans (myōōt’l-ānz’) n. Rheumatoid arthritis accompanied by osteoporosis and destruction of the joint cartilages that results in severe deformities, chiefly of the hands and feet.