“... After a half a century of research on diarthroidal joint lubrication, the enigma still remains, namely, how can fluid film lubrication be achieved in a diarthroidal joint to provide (such) extraordinary low coefficients of friction?” (From Mow et al., 1992)


Articular Cartilage Synovial Fluid Intervertebral Disc Nucleus Pulposus Hyaline Cartilage 
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