What damages the tissue aroubd a joint?


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The cartilage. It has a sliding and impact-absorbing function., which covers the bone surfaces of a joint, may be cracked and then deteriorate as a result of mechanical stresses, or during inflammatory or degenerative. processes (such as osteoarthritisChronic inflammation with a degenerative process in a joint.).

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