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Joint

Describing anything in which two or more persons hold equal rights and responsibilities. For example, every account holder may use the funds in a joint account (though not always independently from the other holders), and each owner is equally liable for a jointly-held property.
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An artificial socket is used to replace the natural cup of the hip joint and to house the ball portion of the joint.
Acute osteomyelitis of a proximal metaphysis of the femur is not rare in infants and is often complicated by purulent arthritis of the hip joint because the joint capsule partially covers the proximal metaphysis.
The pain increases with activities which involve bending movements of the hip joint like sitting or driving for a prolonged period, getting up from a seated position, getting in and out of the car, walking up and down slopes, climbing stairs, squatting, heavy work including carrying heavy objects, putting on shoes and socks, twisting etc.
Choice of a rational hip joint wear simulator design, Intelligent Manufacturing and Automation: Theory, Practice and Education: The 20th INTERNATIONAL DAAAM SYMPOSIUM, pp.
Mrs Turner said she received a new hip joint at the Nuffield in June 2005.
According to shape and design constraint, hip joint techniques can be classified mainly into four.
While no reversible treatment for hip joint OA is available, total hip arthroplasty has been shown to provide excellent pain relief, return of function, and medication reduction.
There was a grinding feeling and I felt as if the hip joint was actually slipping out of position inside my body.
s test conditions can be considered as a reduction in hip joint stiffness from almost rigid to near zero.
The total hip joint replacement procedures have recently become the most successful orthopedic surgery procedures.
Developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) is a congenital or acquired deformation of the hip joint affecting thousands of children each year.
However, the hip joint can be a source of pain for children, adolescents and younger adults without arthritis.