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Synonyms for joint

Synonyms for joint

a point or position at which two or more things are joined

a disreputable or run-down bar or restaurant

belonging to, shared by, or applicable to all alike

Synonyms for joint

a disreputable place of entertainment

the shape or manner in which things come together and a connection is made

a piece of meat roasted or for roasting and of a size for slicing into more than one portion

marijuana leaves rolled into a cigarette for smoking

fit as if by joints

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fasten with a joint

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separate (meat) at the joint

united or combined

affecting or involving two or more

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involving both houses of a legislature

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Complications about the glenohumeral joint related to the use of screws and staples.
The secondary functions of the supraspinatus include compression of the glenohumeral joint, "steering" of the humeral head, and maintenance of the stability of a dependent arm.
After pre intervention assessment participants in General Exercise and Manual therapy group was treated with Maitland mobilization techniques on glenohumeral joint in grade II and III.
When standing in this posture, to minimize medial rotation of the arms, instruct the client how to pronate the forearms at the radioulnar joints instead of medially/internally rotating the arms at the glenohumeral joints (Figure 4).
Although various researchers do not consider it a true measure of the internal rotation of glenohumeral joint,20 yet it is an important functional movement that sum up the contribution of glenohumeral and scapulothoracic articulation in internal rotation and may reflect the true end range of internal rotation.
Among the topics are a practical guide to shoulder magnetic resonance imaging, glenohumeral joint and capsular gross anatomy, shoulder impingement syndrome, glenohumeral joint instability, and shoulder-related pathology including paralabral cysts and biceps tendon.
The muscle functions over three articulations: the proximal radio-ulnar joint, the humero-ulnar joint and the glenohumeral joint.
It expands the size and depth of the glenoid cavity, increasing the stability of the glenohumeral joint (Cooper et al 1992).
There was no communication between the subacromial-subdeltoid bursa and the glenohumeral joint space.
A tester's hand was placed on the anterior region of the subject's glenohumeral joint and the other hand was used to place an inclinometer on the distal, posterior part of the forearm.
Exclusion criteria were the following: (i) patients older than 70 years old and younger than 18, (ii) a history of shoulder surgery, (iii) the presence of cervical pain, (iv) the presence of inflammatory, infectious, or systemic diseases, (v) malignancy, (vi) the presence of psychiatric disorders and cognitive dysfunction, (vii) the presence of neurological and vascular diseases, (viii) the presence of instability, labral lesions, calcific tendinitis, glenohumeral joint osteoarthritis (OA), or entrapment neuropathy in the shoulder region, (ix) shoulder dislocation and/or fracture, and (x) patients who frequently participated in sports activities that involved a throwing motion.
The glenohumeral joint exhibits the greatest amount of motion of any joint in the human body, which can result in instability to this joint.
These three bones form two joints that make up the shoulder: the glenohumeral joint and the acromioclavicular (AC) joint.