Blood in a joint. [G. haima, blood, + arthron, joint]

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he·mar·thro·sis or chiefly Brit hae·mar·thro·sis .hē-mär-'thrō-səs, .hem-är- n, pl -thro·ses -.sēz hemorrhage into a joint

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he·mar·thro·sis (he″mahr-throґsis) [hem- + arthrosis] extravasation of blood into a joint or its synovial cavity.

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