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Clinical Picture of Osteoarthrosis

  • S. Klug
  • G. Weseloh
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Abstract

In recent years, research into osteoarthrosis has provided numerous new facts that have deepened our knowledge and understanding of this disease and opened up new avenues of thought. Using biochemical and molecular-biological, pathomorphological, immunological, genetic and, in particular, clinical methods, we have succeeded in considerably expanding our knowl­edge of this disease. Nevertheless, many questions, in particular those con­cerned with aspects of treatment, still await definitive answers.

Keywords

Subchondral Bone Hypermobility Syndrome Antioxidant Micronutrient Joint Arthrosis Subchondral Bone Cyst 
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