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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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Dr Ayekoloye, however, said the worst knee or hip joints occurs as a result of an injury to the joint from accident, old age and diseases like arthritis and sickle cell disease.
CEMENT ALTERNATIVES DURING hip replacement surgery, the head of the femur (thigh bone), also called the ball, which forms half of the hip joint, is removed from its socket, and a new artificial ball and socket are fixed in place.
The arthroscopic hip joint surgery is technically difficult and had not been available for the patients; as such procedures were previously performed by the surgical operation.
The primary endpoints of the study were to assess the effectiveness of hip joint arthroscopy in the treatment of femoroacetabular impingement in patients with joint gap stenosis exceeding the assumed, hypothetical limit point of 3 mm, and to determine how quickly post-operative patients were able to return to work and to physical activity.
The only way to improve the structure of the hip joint over generations is to pay particular attention to the quality of the breeding stock used.
The X-ray revealed foreign bodies in his right calf, left thigh, butt and in the hip joint. It was decided to leave all the foreign bodies in place apart from the one in the hip joint.
Arthroscopic surgery may be performed on a hip joint to correct an impingement, a condition that limits range of motion, or to repair a tear in the labrum, a type of cartilage that lines the hip socket.
This paper is organized as follows: the second section will show the hip joint assistive robot structural design and kinematic model, and the assistive robot control based on the human-machine interactive force is designed; in the third section, the principle for using the force sensor to detect human movement intention is discussed, and the assistive results based on the compliance control is included; and the last section is the conclusion.
At age 27, she was admitted to our hospital due to swelling of the right hip joint without a cause.
(51) In addition, there could be a long-term risk of developing a Charcot arthropathy, given that denervated nerves and coagulated vessels supply the anteromedial capsule of the hip joint and underlying bone.
"An X–ray at the Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy showed the hip joint was faulty and I had to undergo a further four–hour operation to have it removed and replaced.
Increasing RGO hip joint stiffness in the sagittal plane will reduce vertical arm loading while walking.