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Skeletal System

Skeletal System Medical Terms

articulation area where two or more bones meet; a joint
chiropractor practitioner who uses mechanical manipulation of the spinal column as a primary treatment method
cranial pertaining to the cranium or skull
femoral pertaining to the femur
humeral pertaining to the humerus
intercostal pertaining to between the ribs
intervertebral pertaining to between the vertebrae
ischiopubic pertaining to the ischium and pubis
lumbar pertaining to the lower back
lumbrosacral pertaining to the lower back or lumbar region and sacrum
orthopedics branch of medicine pertaining to the study and treatment of diseases and abnormalities of the skeletal and muscular systems
othopedist physician who specializes in orthopedics
osteoblast immature bone or bone cell
submandibular pertaining to under or below the mandible
submaxillary pertaining to under or below the maxilla
substernal pertaining to under or below the sternum
supraclavicular pertaining to above the sternum and clavicle
Created by: Amaier