175 – Pathogenesis and pathology of osteoarthritis

@inproceedings{Aigner2015175P,
  title={175 – Pathogenesis and pathology of osteoarthritis},
  author={T. Aigner and N. Schmitz and D. Salter},
  year={2015}
}
Understanding of joint dysfunction requires some knowledge of normality and the comparison of the diseased state to the physiologic situation (Fig. 173.2). The most important requirements for normal joint function are the freedom of the opposed articular surfaces to move pain free—and largely frictionlessly—over each other within the required range of motion as well as the correct distribution of load across joint tissues. Thus, pathology in many cases might be caused by acute or chronic… Expand
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