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My Chapter 4

skeetal system

Damage to the nerve neuropathy
pain in several muscular groups polymyalgia
binding fascia to a skeletal attachment fasciodesis
difficulty in controlling voluntary movement dystaxia
surgical repair of a tendon tenoplasty
condition of excessive tone of the skeletal muscles with increase resistance of muscle to passive stretching hypertonia
the study of muscular activity and movement of the body parts kinesiology
protusion of a muscle thru its ruptured sheath or facia myocele
distortion or impairment of of voluntary movement as in a tic or spasm dyskinesia
to suture a defect in a muscular wallto repair a hernia herniorrhaphy
an incision into or division of a sphincter muscle sphincterotomy
to suture the end of a tendon to bone tenodesis
degeneration of muscle tissue myolysis
abnormal hardening of muscle tissue myoscerosis
the surgical removal of a henia herniectomy
lack of normal muscle tone atonic
inflammation of the tissue surrounding the elbow epicondylitis
inflammation of the fibrous connective tissue fibrositis
toward the side lateralis
paralysis of all four exremities quadriplegia
death of individual muscle fibers myonecrosis
weekness and wasting away atrophy
extreme slowness in movement bradykinesia
surgical incision into the heart cariotomy
Created by: virgomaster