OTHER WORDS FROM synovitissyn·o·vit·ic [sin-uh-vit-ik], /ˌsɪn əˈvɪt ɪk/, adjective
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How to use synovitis in a sentence
Citing a little-known condition called synovitis, the pop star has canceled her latest tour.
And “synovitis” has a fiercely medical sound, harsh and precise, and provides a very specific anatomic explanation.
Acute arthritis begins like an ordinary attack of synovitis.Lameness of the Horse|John Victor Lacroix
The result is that a condition of synovitis is easily set up, and the case aggravated by that and by arthritis.
We may, in fact, and do get in it exactly similar changes to those termed 'synovitis' and 'arthritis' elsewhere.
Such symptoms, therefore, as we have given for synovitis may be also read as indicating a condition of simple arthritis.
It depends, in fact, upon the severity of our case whether we call it synovitis or arthritis.