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Synonyms for elbow

Synonyms for elbow

hinge joint between the forearm and upper arm and the corresponding joint in the forelimb of a quadruped

a sharp bend in a road or river

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a length of pipe with a sharp bend in it

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the part of a sleeve that covers the elbow joint

the joint of a mammal or bird that corresponds to the human elbow

push one's way with the elbows

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shove one's elbow into another person's ribs

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Some of this breed's most common health concerns are elbow dysplasia, hemangiosarcoma (a fatal form of cancer), lymphoma (a disease that causes immune system cancer), and progressive retinal atrophy (deterioration of the retina).
Elbow dysplasia is a hereditary, degenerative disease believed to be caused by abnormal growth and development of bones that make up the elbow, resulting in a malformed and weakened joint subject to arthritis, according to the website DogTime.
And also for post operative rehab for a multitude of conditions, for example cruciate repair, hip and elbow dysplasia, spinal surgery and hip replacement and many other conditions.
Canine and equine Bowen can be very useful for arthritis, muscular sprains/strains, allergies and skin conditions, lameness and gait problems, hip and elbow dysplasia, back problems, muscle atrophy, stress and anxiety disorders, circulation/ lymphatic systems and behavioural/ performance problems.
It can also help with hip and elbow dysplasia, back problems, muscle atrophy, stress and anxiety disorders, circulation/weakened immune system and aggression/behavioural problems.
Elbow dysplasia occurs when the bones involving the elbow of the foreleg fail to unite and move properly; the condition can also result from bone fragments within the joint.
We have treated elbow dysplasia in a number of dogs and many owners claim that their dogs are getting around better.
The hip and elbow dysplasia tests are extremely useful tools for breeders and vets, both of whom want to ensure the health and welfare of future generations of dogs.