Definition of Hydrarthrosis

1. Noun. Inflammation and swelling of a movable joint because of excess synovial fluid.

Specialized synonyms: Water On The Knee
Generic synonyms: Inflammation, Redness, Rubor



Definition of Hydrarthrosis

1. n. An effusion of watery liquid into the cavity of a joint.

Definition of Hydrarthrosis

1. Noun. (medicine) An effusion of watery liquid into the cavity of a joint. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Medical Definition of Hydrarthrosis

1. An effusion of watery liquid into the cavity of a joint. Origin: NL. See Hydro-, 1, and Arthrosis. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hydrarthrosis

hydranencephaly
hydrangea
hydrangea family
hydrangeas
hydrant
hydranth
hydranths
hydrants
hydrargochloride
hydrargochlorides
hydrargyria
hydrargyrism
hydrargyrum
hydrarthrodial
hydrarthron
hydrarthrosis (current term)
hydrarthrus
hydras
hydrase
hydrases
hydrastine
hydrastinine
hydrastis
hydrastises
hydratase
hydratases
hydrate
hydrate crystal
hydrate microcrystal theory of anaesthesia
hydrated

Literary usage of Hydrarthrosis

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1874)
"... of Diagnosis and Treatment of Cysts and Abscesses of the Liver, Strangulated Hernia, Retention of Urine, Pericarditis, Pleurisy, hydrarthrosis, etc. ..."

2. A Manual of Pathological Histology by Victor Cornil (1880)
"A.—hydrarthrosis.—Authors who have studied articular diseases have not agreed upon ... A.- Opportunities to study the lesions in hydrarthrosis seldom occur; ..."

3. Lectures on clinical medicine, delivered in the Hospital Saint-Jacques, of by Pierre Jousset, Reuben Ludlam (1879)
"hydrarthrosis. GENTLEMEN: I shall speak to you at this time of a disease which is extremely rebellious, especially when it has passed its first stage. ..."

4. A Treatise on diseases of the joints by Richard Barwell (1861)
"THE term hydrarthrosis, and the more ancient one, Hydrops Articuli, denote simply that the joint contains an abnormal amount of fluid, without any reference ..."

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