What is traumatic arthropathy?
Traumatic arthropathy is due to an injury to the joint that caused bleeding, swelling and/or distension of the joint. The injury results in joint disease due to the formation of adhesions between the tissue covering the articular cartilage and fibrous ankylosis.
How do members experience traumatic arthropathy?
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