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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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In 1981, he returned to the Hospital for Joint Diseases as Chairman of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Surgeon-in-Chief.
He added in a statement that The Joint Disease Committee published advertisements at the local newspaper and media means before Eid Al Adha about the measures to be taken to control the risk of transmitting this disease from animals to human being.
Identification and interpretation of joint disease in paleopathology and forensic anthropology.
Carmen Clapp and colleagues at the National University of Mexico identify prolactin as a potential treatment for inflammatory joint disease.
Degenerative joint disease is the most common joint disorder of dogs and cats (Hulse, 1998).
Major Finding: Patients with inflammatory rheumatic joint diseases who paticipated in a 10-session mindfulness-based group intervention experienced significant mean treatment effects in several outcomes at post treatment and at 12 months, including psychological distress (-4.
William Jaffe, clinical professor and vice chairman of Orthopedics at NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases and an expert in total hip replacement who has helped in their design; and Ruth Solomon, dance medicine research coordinator, Division of Sports Medicine, Harvard Medical Center.
The building is comprised primarily of medical tenants including: NYU MRI, NYU Medical Center, Gramercy MRI, Hospital for Joint Diseases, Gramercy Surgery amongst others.
Abramson, chairman of the department of rheumatology and medicine at the New York University-Hospital for Joint Diseases.
But when it comes to complex orthopedic and neuromuscular conditions, the NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases Center for Children's four divisions and an array of physicians work together to come up with the most effective, individualized treatment options for their patients.
Some risk factors are controllable and some are not," explains Stanley Wallach, MD, clinical professor of medicine at New York University School of Medicine and co-director of the Osteoporosis Center at the Hospital for Joint Diseases in New York.

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