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Joint Space: The joint space is the space that is present between the structures and mechanisms of a joint, such as cartilage and ligaments. The joint space can be of normal size or abnormally large or small due to various diseases or conditions.
Conditions that can afflict the joint space include pregnancy, arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, mixed connective tissue disease, gout, dislocations, trauma and infection.
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