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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

References in periodicals archive ?
Rokito, "Treatment of acromioclavicular joint separation: Suture or suture anchors?" Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, vol.
Chao, "Biomechanical study of the ligamentous system of the acromioclavicular joint," Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery A, vol.
The acromioclavicular joint cyst: Glenohumeral joint communication revealed by MR arthrography.
Wheeler is facing a lengthy lay-off after damaging the acromioclavicular joint in his shoulder while Wellens is definitely out of today's match after aggravating a heel injury.
Scrofuloderma from the acromioclavicular joint presenting as a chronic ulcer in an immunocompetent host.
Take a minimum of two x-ray views: the acromioclavicular joint, usually anterior and posterior; and an axillary view of the glenoid.
That's the word from his manager, Larry Army Jr., who said an MRI showed that Rodriguez suffered a "slight tear" in the ligaments around the acromioclavicular joint, commonly known as the AC joint, which connects the collarbone and shoulder blade.
The marker set used comprises seven markers for each side of the body (acromioclavicular joint, lateral epicondyle of elbow, wrist, greater trochanter, lateral femoral condyle, lateral malleolus, and fifth metatarsal head).
Thirty-five retro-reflective markers were placed bilaterally on bony prominences on the participants' acromioclavicular joint, anterior-superior iliac spine (ASIS), sacrum, thigh, shank, ankle, and foot.
Of the 47 participants, 23 presented with SIS with subacromial bursitis, 15 with SIS and rotator cuff tear, five with avascular necrosis of the humeral head, and two with arthritis of the acromioclavicular joint, one with bicipital tendinitis.
Of the participants who received passive joint mobilisation, 70% had mobilisation directed to the glenohumeral joint, 10% to the acromioclavicular joint, and 20% to a combination of these two joints.
It refers to compression of the rotator cuff tendons and subacromial bursa between the humeral head inferiorly and the coracoacromial arch, the anterior third of the acromion, the coracoacromial ligament and the acromioclavicular joint superiorly (2).
These proceedings for the May 2004 congress include a collection of papers on various aspects and techniques of surgery, including that of the rotator cuff, with such topics as the factors influencing the outcome of nonsurgical treatment for partial thickness rotator cuff tears, bursal envelopes and mini-open incisions; shoulder instability, including reviews of surgical treatment; fractures about the shoulder, including surgical treatment of head-splitting fractures of the humerus; the acromioclavicular joint; primary shoulder arthroplasty; revision shoulder arthroplasty; other shoulder topics, the elbow; and basic science.
The CT scan revealed multifocal osteolytic lesions in both femora, the right acetabulum, both iliac bones, the right acromioclavicular joint and the left pubic bone (Fig.