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Test 2 - Chap.4,5,6

Medical Terminology

Not a function of the skin: aids body movement
Excessive body hair in a male pattern distribution occuring in women: hirsutism
Any fungal infection of the nails: onychomycosis
Not a form of arthritis: polymyositis
Tendon: connects bone to muscle
Sprain injury of the ligament that surround a joint
A medical term of "Knee Bone" patella
The formation of bone or bony tissue: ossification
Smooth muscle is found: inside the walls of the intestine
The socket that serves as the connecting for the femur and the hip: acetabulum
Small sac of synovial fluid: bursa
Arthritis that causes deformities and stiffness of the spine: herniated disk
Another name for a cerebrovascular accident: stroke
Nerves of the automatic nervous system that regulate the body to calm itself: parasympathetic nerves
Fainting. syncope
A lack of muscular coordination: ataxia
Distal toe bones are known as the metatarsals. (True or False) False
Central nervous system consists of the brain and spinal column. (True or False) True
Meninges are the none for nerves that transmit impulses away from the brain. (True or False) False
The thin layer of cartilage that covers the ends of the long bones is called the periosteum. (True or False) False
Rheumatoid arthritis is the most common cause of degenerative joint disease. (True or False) False
Created by: linhnpham