Osteoarthritis

  • John B. Murphy
  • Elise M. Coletta

Abstract

Osteoarthritis (OA) is a condition that is best defined by its characteristics. A definition that is widely accepted was developed at a National Institutes of Health workshop on the etio-pathogenesis of OA.1

Keywords

Subchondral Bone Anthranilic Acid Total Joint Replacement Nerve Root Compression Subchondral Cyst 
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  • John B. Murphy
  • Elise M. Coletta

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