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Chapter 7

VOCABULARY

QuestionAnswer
Abduction Movement of a bone away from the midline of the body
Adduction Movement of a bone toward the midline of the body
Ankylosing Spondylitis A type of Arthritis that affects the vertebral column and causes deformities of the spine
Ankylosis Stiff
Arthralgia Pain in the joints; symptom present in many joint diseases
Arthritis Inflammation of the joints
Arthrocentesis Surgical puncture of a joint with a needle for the purpose of withdrawing fluid for analysis
Arthrodesis Binding or surgical fusion of a joint
Arthrography The process of X-raying the inside of joint after a contrast medium has been injected into a joint
Arthroplasty The surgical reconstruction of a joint
Arthroscopy The visualization of the interior of a joint by using and endoscope
Articular Relating to a joint
Articular Cartilage Thin layer of cartilage protecting and covering the connecting surfaces of the bones
Articulation The point at which two bones come together;a joint
Ataxia Without Muscular Coordination
Atrophy Wasting away; literally "without development"
Biceps A muscle having two points of attachment at one end
Fascia
Insertion
Origin
Muscle Fibers
Trunk
Crepitation Usually associated with lung sounds
Crepitus Grating sound or sensation produced by friction between bone and cartilage
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