Diarthrosis

Di`ar·thro'sis noun [ New Latin , from Greek ..., from ... to joint, articulate; dia` through, asunder + ... to fasten by a joint, 'a`rqron joint.] (Anat.) A form of articulation which admits of considerable motion; a complete joint; abarticulation. See Articulati...
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diarthrosis

<anatomy> A form of articulation which admits of considerable motion; a complete joint; abarticulation. See Articulation. ... Origin: NL, fr. Gr, fr. To joint, articulate; through, asunder + to fasten by a joint, joint. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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diarthrosis

(di″ahr-thro´sis) pl. diarthro´ses synovial joint. diarthrosis rotatoria a joint characterized by mobility in a rotary direction.
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Diarthrosis

• (n.) A form of articulation which admits of considerable motion; a complete joint; abarticulation. See Articulation.
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diarthrosis

Type: Term Pronunciation: dī′ar-thrō′sis, -sēz Synonyms: synovial joint
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Diarthrosis

In anatomy, diathrosis refers to that formation of joints which allows free movement.
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diarthrosis

(di;ar-thro;sis) A type of functionally classified joint in which the articulating bones are freely movable; also called a synovial joint.
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diarthrosis

(di;ar-thro;sis) A type of functionally classified joint in which the articulating bones are freely movable; also called a synovial joint.
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