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Degenerative arthritis

Degenerative arthritis

(Science: pathology) a form of arthritis that results in the destruction of the articular cartilage that line the joints. Seen predominately in the larger weight bearing joints of the hips, knees and spine, but may also be evident in the small joints of the hands.

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