anchylosis was established, and he left for England with a useful limb.
The end result is one of anchylosis of the joint and permanent lameness.
In other cases the suppuration soon disappears, and recovery is effected by the joint becoming stiff (anchylosis).
They are always serious, and often result in anchylosis (stiffening) of the joint or the death of the animal.
Our Doctor was curious about those cases of anchylosis, as he called it, of the lower jaw.
The wounds healed per primam, but when I saw the man two months later anchylosis in the straight position was apparently complete.
Of a series of excisions for disease, injury, and anchylosis, 22.15 per cent.
anchylosis very rarely requires and would not be much benefited by such an operation.
Even with the happier ending of resolution, anchylosis of the joint and incurable lameness is more often than not left behind.
This prevents to some extent further infection of the wound, and assists also in promoting the changes that tend to anchylosis.