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MP ORTHOPEDICS BONE

ORTHOPEDICS - BONE

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ORTHOPEDICS ORTH/O - STRAIGHT; PED/O-CHILD; -ICS= KNOWLEDGE; PRACTICE (THE MEDICAL SPECIALTY THAT STUDIES THE A&P OF THE SKELETAL & MUSCULAR SYSTEM)
MALLEOLUS MEDIAL AND LATERAL MALLEOULUS. OFTEN MISTAKEN FOR THE ANKLE BONES. THE BONY PROMINENCE ON THE DISTAL ENDS OF THE TIBA AND FIBULA.
DJD - OSTEOARTHRITIS DEJENERATIVE JOINT DISEASE (OSTE/O - BONE; ARTHR/O - JOINT, -ITIS = INFLAMMATION OR INFECTION. CHRONIC INFLAMMATORY DISEASE OF JOINTS (ESPECIALLY WEIGHT BEARNING)
BUNINECTOMY BUNION - ABNORMAL ENLARGEMENT OF THE JOINT ; -ECTOMY - SURGICAL REMOVAL (AKA HALLUS VALGUS ) DEFORMITY OF THE GREAT TOE. COMMON IN WOMEN WEARING POINTY SHOES
PATHOLOGICAL FRACTURE PATH/O- DISEASE ; LOG/O- STUDY OF; -IC - PERTAINING TO (A FRACTURE CAUSED BY A DISEASE SUCH AS OSTEOPOROSIS; BONE CANCER OR METASTASES TO BONE)
CREPITIS GRINDING SOUND ASSOCIATED WITH BONE TO BONE FRICTION ASSOCIATED WITH DJD OSTEOARTHRITIS
Created by: kdelacosta