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Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A form of arthritis, occurring mainly in older persons, that is characterized by chronic degeneration of the cartilage of the joints.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Inflammation of a joint in which the bones are involved as well as the soft tissues: sometimes employed as synonymous with arthritis deformans.

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  • noun pathology A form of arthritis, affecting mainly older people, caused by chronic degeneration of the cartilage and synovial membrane of the joints, leading to pain and stiffness.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun chronic breakdown of cartilage in the joints; the most common form of arthritis occurring usually after middle age

Etymologies

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osteo- +‎ arthritis

Examples

  • 'We found that the more vitamin C given, the more osteoarthritis is apparent in the joints of these animals that are predisposed to getting osteoarthritis.'

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  • 'We found that the more vitamin C given, the more osteoarthritis is apparent in the joints of these animals that are predisposed to getting osteoarthritis.'

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  • The Company believes that an early and successful treatment of traumatized articular cartilage may prevent or postpone the onset of long-term osteoarthritis, and consequently reduce the number of radical knee joint replacement surgeries performed each year.

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  • Existing osteoporosis drug may keep joint injuries from causing long-term osteoarthritis WASHINGTON - Preliminary findings of a study suggest that an existing osteoporosis drug can prevent cartilage loss from osteoarthritis following injury to a joint, and also regenerate some cartilage that has been lost.

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  • Existing osteoporosis drug may keep joint injuries from causing long-term osteoarthritis WASHINGTON - Preliminary findings of a study suggest that an existing osteoporosis drug can prevent cartilage loss from osteoarthritis following injury to a joint, and also regenerate some cartilage that has been lost.

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  • The Company believes that an early and successful treatment of traumatized articular cartilage may prevent or postpone the onset of long-term osteoarthritis, and consequently reduce the number of radical knee joint replacement surgeries performed each year.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Essentially, osteoarthritis occurs when the cartilage that cushions the ends of the joints is worn away.

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  • Causes of arthritis can range from osteoarthritis, which is caused by deterioration of the cartilage that usually protects the bones from rubbing against each other, to rheumatoid arthritis, which is an autoimmune disorder where the body's immune system is overactive and attacking normal tissues.

    Dr. Andrew Lange: What to Do if You Have Arthritis, Part One

  • Pfizer emphasized the halt was limited to patients participating in clinical testing who suffered from a joint disorder known as osteoarthritis, although the company is slated to meet with the FDA later this week to assess any implications for other programs.

    Pfizer Suspends Trials of Pain Drug After FDA Request

  • Earlier this month, Pfizer had reported positive responses patients taking the injectable drug for knee pain from osteoarthritis, which is damage to joints caused by wear and tear.

    Pfizer Suspends Trials of Pain Drug After FDA Request

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