Origin of ankylosis
OTHER WORDS FROM ankylosisan·ky·lot·ic [ang-kuh-lot-ik], /ˌæŋ kəˈlɒt ɪk/, adjective
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How to use ankylosis in a sentence
Results may be considered favorable even with elbow ankylosis.Gunshot Roentgenograms|Clyde S. Ford
Chronic arthritis with destruction of articular surfaces and ankylosis, is seldom observed.
Subjects must be kept in slings until union of bones has become established, and as a rule there will then exist marked ankylosis.
In the average instance, because of arthritis which persists for a considerable length of time, more or less ankylosis results.
The affected joint was very much enlarged, with little or no mobility, the condition being practically the same as true ankylosis.The Electric Bath|George M. Schweig