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MEDA101 3 Musculoske

LCC MEDA101 Musculoskeletla words, word parts & abbreviations

ankyl/osis condition of something being bent of crooked
arthr/o/dynia joint pain
arthr/algia joint pain
arthr/o/desis immobalizing a joint surgically
arthr/o/centisis asperation from joint
arthr/o/scopy visual examination of the joint
burs/itis inflimation of the bursa
brachi/al pertainng to the arm
cervic/al pertainng to the neck
chondr/o/malacia softening of the cartailage
cost/o/chondr/al inflamation of the ribs & into cartilage
inter/cost/al pertaing to between the ribs
intra/crani/al pertaining to within the skull
dactyl/ectomy removal of a digit
dactyl/o/megaly enlarged digit
femar/al pertainng to femur
fibr/o/my/algia pain in fiberous tissue
inter- between
intra- within
sub- below under
supra- above of excessive
-osis condition
-oid resembling
-otis inflammation
-algia pain
-dynia pain
-desis binding
-centesis puncture for asperation
-o/scopy visual examinaton
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