joint erosion definition and treatmen
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joint erosion definition
Erosion of bone joints or osteo-arthritis is a disease in which the joints occurs the depletion or deterioration of cartilage in the joints causing inflammation in the joints of the reactions that cause joint pain, stiffness of joints, joint swelling and joint structure disruption which then cause deformities of the joints with the result of disruption of the function of the joints. Osteoarthritis (OA, also known as degenerative arthritis, degenerative joint disease), is a condition in which the joint feels painful due to mild inflammatory that arises due to the friction of the ends of the bones of the joint.
In the joints, a network of cartilage that is commonly referred to by the name of cartilage is usually close the ends of the bones of the joint. A layer of liquid called synovial fluid located between the bones and acts as a lubricating ingredient that prevents the ends of the bones rub against each other and scrape against each other. Synovial fluid deficiency condition on a layer of cartilage that closes the ends of the bones will rub against each other. The friction will make the increasingly thin layers and will ultimately give rise to pain.