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Orthopedics

QuestionAnswer
arthro joint
burso bursa
carpo carpals (wrist)
chondro cartlidge
claviculo clavicle (collar bone)
coccygo coccyx (tailbone)
costo rib
cranio skull
femoro femur (thigh bone)
fibulo fibula (thinner lower leg bone)
humero humerus (upper arm bone)
ilio ilium (part of pelvis)
ischio ischium (part of pelvis)
mandibulo mandible (lower jaw)
maxillo maxilla (upper jaw)
metacarpo metacarpus (hand bones)
metatarso metatarsus (foot bones)
musculo muscle
myo muscle
myelo bone marrow
osteo bone
patello patella (knee cap)
phalango Phalanges (fingers and toes)
pubo pubis (part of pelvis)
radio radius (part of forearm)
sacro sacrum
scapulao scapula (shoulder blade)
spondylo vertebra
sterno sternum (breast bone)
tars tarsals (ankle)
teno tendon
tendino tendon
tibio tibia (shin, larger lower leg bone)
ulno ulna (part of forearm)
vertebro vertebra
lordo bent backward
ortho straight
patho disease
scolio crooked, bent
cutane skin
kypho hump
fibro fibrous
electro electricity
-tome instrument to cut
hyper excessiveo
-trophy development
-ar pertaining to
-al pertaining to
-ac pertaining to
-ary pertaining to
Created by: Kelsey Hill