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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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This study prospectively evaluates the multidimensional effect of severe other joint disease and obesity on outcomes following joint replacement surgery.
Leading organisations in Joint Diseases research include:
Loss of osseous homeostasis in a patient with normal x-rays reflects the pathophysiologic effect of the living bone at a time before irreversible structural changes have occurred, preceding degenerative joint disease and structural failure.
Avoid an injury in the first place and your odds of developing degenerative joint disease go way down.
EMF therapy also helps people with established joint disease, Aaron says.
Arthrosurface contends it is the first and only company to develop a line of anatomic inlay implants for early joint disease and remains the leader in patient-matching metallic resurfacing.
Normal, pain-free running, therefore, probably does not accelerate normal degenerative joint disease of aging.
In addition, scientists are exploring cladribine's role as a hedge against a variety of other autoimmune diseases, including the joint disease known as rheumatoid arthritis, the skin disorder psoriasis, and inflammatory bowel disease.
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The TruFUSE procedure is an innovative minimally invasive spinal surgical solution that addresses symptomatic back pain resulting from facet joint disease and mild spinal instability, typically resulting in severe back pain.
There are limits to what physicians have been able to do for patients suffering this kind of joint disease.

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