Definition of Synovium:

The tough tissue that surrounds all of our joints, and which produces the fluid that lubricates the joint surfaces so that they move smoothly.

Also: Synovial

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“...They line the spleen, form the cleansing Kupffer cells in the liver, make up the "dust cells" that protect the lungs, protect the synovial fluids of the joints, and form the microglial cells that provide protection to the brain and nerve tissues...”


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“Cells developing into the synovial membrane of a joint...”
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“...Maintaining the integrity of the synovial joints is fundamental to osteoarthritis prevention...”

Rheumatoid Arthritis

...the condition
“...The joint capsule is lined with a type of tissue called synovium, which produces synovial fluid...”
...relationship to Bacterial Dysbiosis
“...In some cases bacterial antigens have been found in synovial cells and may enter the circulation because of the increased intestinal permeability associated with the intestinal infection...”
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Soft Tissue Sarcoma

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“...Soft tissue includes muscles, tendons, connective tissues, fat, blood vessels, nerves, and synovial (joint) tissues...”

Synovial Fluid

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