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His arthritis, he told me, had been conquered by these weird maneuvers.
I begin to slowly and carefully massage my hands, like the old ladies did on that arthritis commercial I saw as a kid.
Tinkering with the diet has never been known to do any good for arthritis deformans and often does harm.
He knows the aspirin will not cure the arthritis, but he wants to alleviate the symptom.
Strangles occurs in the young principally and is not a frequent cause of synovitis or arthritis in the adult animal.
But you are in an advanced stage of arthritis deformans of the soul.
In hallux valgus, the metatarso-phalangeal joint of the great toe undergoes changes characteristic of arthritis deformans.
"inflammation of a joint," 1540s, from medical Latin arthritis, from Greek (nosos) arthritis "(disease) of the joints," from arthritis, fem. of arthrites (adj.) "pertaining to joints" (Greek nosos is a fem. noun), from arthron "a joint" (see arm (n.1)).
arthritis ar·thri·tis (är-thrī'tĭs)
n. pl. ar·thrit·i·des (-thrĭt'ĭ-dēz')
Inflammation of a joint or joints resulting in pain and swelling. Also called articular rheumatism.
Acute or chronic inflammation of one or more joints, usually accompanied by pain and stiffness, resulting from infection, trauma, degenerative changes, autoimmune disease, or other causes. See also osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis.
The inflammation of tissues in the joints (such as osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis), usually resulting in pain and stiffness.