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Medical Terminology

Unit 3 - Musculoskeletal System - Word Building Assignment

QuestionAnswer
pain in the arm brachialgia
tumor-containing muscle cells myocytoma
death of a segment of bone osteonecrosis
relating to the ilium and the sacrum iliosacral
paining the heel calcaneodynia (cal-cane-e-o-din-ia)
protrusion o spinal cord through defect in vertebral canal myelocystocele (mi-elo-sis-to-sel)
inflammation of a tendon sheath tenosynovitis
concerning the ribs and neck costocervical
fusion of two joint bones arthrodesis
excision strips of fascia fasciectomy (fash-e-ectomy)
pertaining to the lower back and ribs cervicofacial
tumor of fibrous tissue and cartilage fibrochonroma
softening of cartilage chondromalacia (con-dro-mal-asha)
science of mechanical devices for orthopedic use orthotics
visual inspection of the p elvis pelvioscopy
surgical repair of a vertebra vertebroplasty
Created by: jaicasha