Wednesday, March 16, 2011

The Arthritic Shoulder - Osteoarthritis

The normally smooth surface of the humeral head provides an almost frictionless joint with the socket.

In osteoarthritis, the surface is rough, devoid of cartilage, and surrounded by bone spurs, rendering the joint stiff and painful.


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