Skeletal System


What is the origin of the term “synovial fluid”?

Synovial fluid (from the Greek syn, meaning “together,” and ovum, meaning “egg”) is a thick fluid with a consistency similar to the white of an egg. It is a lubricating fluid secreted into joint cavities.


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