[ hī′drär-thrō′sĭs ]
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An effusion of serous fluid into a joint cavity.
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Other words from hydrarthrosishy′drar•thro′di•al (-thrō′dē-əl) adj.
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How to use hydrarthrosis in a sentence
When the affection is of long standing and the joint is much distended it may be termed hydrops articuli or hydrarthrosis.Surgery, with Special Reference to Podiatry|Maximilian Stern