arthrochondritis ar·thro·chon·dri·tis (är’thrō-kŏn-drī’tĭs)
Inflammation of an articular cartilage.
arthroclasia arthroclasia ar·thro·cla·si·a (är’thrō-klā’zē-ə, -zhə) n. A forcible breaking up of the adhesions in an ankylosis to allow more mobility in the joint.
permanent surgical immobilization of a joint. Historical Examples The rigid knee produced by arthrodesis affords good support but is inconvenient in sitting. Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities–Head–Neck. Sixth Edition. Alexander Miles arthrodesis of the ankle alone or along with the mid-tarsal joint may be indicated when these joints are flail-like. Manual of Surgery Volume […]
a joint, as in the carpal articulations, in which the surfaces glide over each other in movement. Historical Examples Gliding joints (arthrodia), in which the articular surfaces are flat, as in the carpal and tarsal bones. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 15, Slice 5 Various noun (anatomy, zoology) a joint arthrodia ar·thro·di·a (är-thrō’dē-ə) n. See […]
a joint, as in the carpal articulations, in which the surfaces glide over each other in movement. Historical Examples arthrodial: an articulation that permits motion in any direction. Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology John. B. Smith noun (anatomy, zoology) a joint arthrodia ar·thro·di·a (är-thrō’dē-ə) n. See plane joint. ar·thro’di·al adj.