Origin: Modern Latin ; from Classical Greek diarthrōsis ; from diarthroun, to divide by joints, articulate ; from dia-, through plush arthroun, to connect by a joint ; from arthron, a joint: see arthro-
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noun pl. di·ar·thro·ses
Origin: Greek diarthrōsis, from diarthroun, to articulate : dia-, between; see dia- + arthroun, to fasten by a joint (from arthron, joint; see ar- in Indo-European roots).
- diˌar·throˈdi·al adjective
diarthrosis - Medical Definition