Hemarthrosis

Hemarthrosis (or haemarthrosis, plural h(a)emarthroses) is a bleeding into joint spaces. ==Causes== It usually follows injury but occurs mainly in patients with a predisposition to hemorrhage such as those being treated with warfarin (or other anticoagulants) and patients with hemophilia. It can be associated with knee joint arthroplasty. It has a...
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hemarthrosis

(from the article `joint disease`) Hemarthrosis (bleeding into the joints) is a major complication of hemorrhagic disorders. Aside from the life-threatening episodes of bleeding, it ...
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hemarthrosis

(he″mahr-thro┬┤sis) blood in a joint cavity; called also hemarthros.
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hemarthrosis

Bleeding into a joint.
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Hemarthrosis

Hemarthrosis: Blood in a joint.
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hemarthrosis

Type: Term Pronunciation: hēm′ar-thrō′sis, hem′ar- Definitions: 1. Blood in a joint.
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