Charcot arthropathy (disease joint) etc.
- Charcot arthropathy (disease joint) etc.
- Char·cot arthropathy (disease, joint), etc. (shahr-koґ) [Jean Martin Charcot, French neurologist, 1825â€“1893] see under foot, gait, sign, and triad; see neuropathic arthropathy, under arthropathy; see intermittent claudication, under claudication; and see intermittent hepatic fever, under fever.
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