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jonts, muscular system and tendons muscles and/or ligaments

dislocation bones in joint are displaced from their normal alignment; ends of bones are no longer in contact
osteoarthritis bones in joint are displaced from their normal alignment; ends of bones are no longer in contact
rheumatoid arthritis chronic form of arthritis with inflammation of joints, swelling, stiffness, pain, and changes in cartilage that can result in crippling deformities; autoimmune disease
sprain damage to ligaments surrounding joint due to overstretching; no dislocation of joint or fracture of bone
subluxation incomplete dislocation; joint alignment is disrupted, but ends of bones remain in contact
fibromyalgia widespread aching and pain in muscles and soft tissue
muscular dystropy inherited disease; progressive muscle degeneration, weakness, & atrophy
carpal tunnel syndrome repetitive motion disorder with pain caused by compression of finger flexor tendons & median nerve as they pass through carpal tunnel of wrist
ganglion cyst cyst that forms on tendon sheath, usually on hand, wrist, or ankle
strain damage to muscle, tendons, or ligaments due to overuse or overstretching
Created by: hmvu112