Recent Examples on the WebIn one case, prosecutors wrote, Mathieu billed Medicare $125 for a visit to a patient whose paperwork said the patient had arthropathy, peripheral neuropathy and low vision.
Laura Mcknight, NOLA.com, 30 Aug. 2017
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Medical Definition of arthropathy
: a disease of a jointThese joint hemorrhages culminate in a severe arthropathy, with signs of inflammation (as in rheumatoid arthritis) as well as degenerative damage (as in osteoarthritis).— Goris Roosendaal and Floris Lafeber, The New England Journal of MedicineThe most common problem found is known as facet joint arthropathy, which can cause severe back pain.— Eric Nagourney, The New York Times