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Stack #185595

Muscles and Joints

QuestionAnswer
ankylosis
arthralgia joint pain.
arthocentesis surgical puncture of a joint with a needle for the purpose of withdrawing fluid for analysis.
arthrodesis
bunionectomy surgical removal of a bunion.
bursitis
cartilaginous
cicumduction
diaphragm musculomembranous wall separating the abdomen from the thoracic cavity.
dystrophy
fascia thin sheets of fibrous connective tissue that penetrate and cover the entire muscle, holding the fibers together.
fasciotomy
ganglion a knot-like mass of nerve tissue found outside the brain or spinal cord; a cystic tumor developing on a tendon.
hallux valgus bunion.
latissimus dorsi
leiomyofibroma
ligaments connective tissue bands that join bone to bone, offering support to the joint.
muscular dystrophy group of genetically transmitted disorders characterized by by progressive weakness and muscle fiber degeneration without evidence of nerve involvement or degeneration of nerve tissue.
osteoarthritis also known as degenerative joint disease. Common form of arthritis and results from wear and tear on the joints.
rhabdomyosarcoma
sciatica inflammation of the sciatic nerve.
subluxation
supination
trapezius
visceral muscle
Created by: krm602