Definition of 'arthritis'
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Copper helps to guard against the bone loss that occurs with ageing, and also against inflammatory conditions such as arthritis. Times, Sunday Times (2016)NOSE cartilage has been used to treat serious knee injuries for the first time, offering hope to arthritis sufferers. The Sun (2016)I've also changed my lifestyle - studies have found a vegan diet can help arthritis sufferers. The Sun (2016)Some arthritis sufferers also see lazy food as a godsend. The Sun (2010)In rheumatoid arthritis joints can fuse together and distorted build ups of calcium cause enlarged joints. The Family Nutrition Workbook (1988)His painful arthritis gives him an impatient edge. Times, Sunday Times (2006)One of patients is a young woman forced to endure the pain and misery of rheumatoid arthritis. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Other chronic pain conditions include arthritis and lower back pain. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She was closely involved in his tireless charity work on behalf of arthritis sufferers. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It has been used to treat rheumatoid arthritis for decades but not in its natural form. The Sun (2014)It is also beneficial for rheumatoid arthritis sufferers. The Sun (2016)Generally jaw pain is more likely to be caused by grinding your teeth at night or arthritis in the joint. The Sun (2013)Or take pain control in arthritis. Times, Sunday Times (2006)In the 1950s it was used in humans to treat rheumatoid arthritis and gout? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Which leaves only one other common cause of neck pain: arthritis. The Sun (2009)The jury's out on how effective it is but it may help arthritis and painful periods. The Sun (2016)Bee venom can be used to treat many conditions, from arthritis to shingles. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They may ease arthritis and back pain, too. The Sun (2016)This is probably what happens in rheumatoid arthritis, for instance. The Antioxidant Health Plan (1994)A lady came to us suffering with very painful arthritis. Times, Sunday Times (2012)His letters of the period make more mention of gout and arthritis than of his heart but it is not clear how persistent these were. Ford Madox Ford (1990)They could fight conditions such as cancer, heart disease, arthritis and strokes. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'arthritis'
British English: arthritis /ɑːˈθraɪtɪs/ NOUN
Arthritis is a condition in which the joints in someone's body are swollen and painful.
I have a touch of arthritis in the wrist.
- American English: arthritis
- Arabic: اِلْتِهَابُ الـمَفَاصِل
- Brazilian Portuguese: artrite
- Chinese: 关节炎
- Croatian: artritis
- Czech: artritida
- Danish: ledegigt
- Dutch: artritis
- European Spanish: artritis
- Finnish: niveltulehdus
- French: arthrite
- German: Arthritis
- Greek: αρθρίτιδα
- Italian: artrite
- Japanese: 関節炎
- Korean: 관절염
- Norwegian: leddbetennelse
- Polish: zapalenie stawów
- European Portuguese: artrite
- Romanian: artrită
- Russian: артрит
- Spanish: artritis
- Swedish: artrit
- Thai: โรคข้อต่ออักเสบ
- Turkish: mafsal iltihabı
- Ukrainian: артрит
- Vietnamese: chứng viêm khớp
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