McCutchen's weeping lubrication theory

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A theory which proposes that when a joint is exercised, synovial fluid is squeezed in and out of the articular cartilage at the points of contact, providing the articular surfaces with nutrients and oxygen.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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