Monoarticular

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monoarticular

Involving just one joint. As opposed to polyarticular (affecting many joints). From the latin articulus, meaning a joint. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Monoarticular

Monoarticular: Involving just one joint. As opposed to polyarticular (affecting many joints). From the Latin "articulus," meaning a joint.
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monoarticular

Pertaining to a single joint
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