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🔥+ spices good for inflammation 02 Jul 2020 Two forms of the disease have been identified: primary and secondary osteoarthritis. Primary arthritis seems to derive not from injury but from genetic factors.

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      Historically, osteoarthritis has been divided into primary and secondary forms, though this division is somewhat artificial. Secondary osteoarthritis is conceptually easier to understand: It refers to disease of the synovial joints that results from some predisposing condition that has adversely altered the joint tissues (eg, trauma to articular cartilage or subchondral bone). Secondary osteoarthritis can occur in relatively younger individuals (see Etiology). [12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19]


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