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What is a bursar and bursitis?
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Bursar, also known as bursa, plays a vital role in the body. There are hundreds of bursa throughout the body. The bursa have the roll of decreasing friction between two surfaces that move in different directions. Bursitis occurs when a bursa becomes inflamed.


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