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MP ORTHO - MUSCLE

ORTHOPEDICS - MUSCLE

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ORTHOPEDICS ORTH/O - BONE, PED/O - CHILD, -ICS - KNOWLEDGE;PRACTICE
CONTUSION (MUSCLE) CONTUS/O - BRUSING, -ION - ACTION;CONDITION (CONDITION IN WHICH BLUNT TRAUMA CAUSES SOME BLEEDING IN THE MUSCLE. ALSO KNOWN AS A BRUISE. TREATMENT IS ANALGESIC DRUGS
ATROPHY A - AWAY FROM; WITHOUT, -TROPHY = PROCESS OF DEVELOPMENT. (LOSS OF MUSCLE BULK IN ONE OR MORE MUSCLES. CAUSED BY LACK OF USE OR BY MALNUTRITION OR DUE TO PARALYSIS. "MUSCLE WASTING"
APONEUROSIS A WIDE FIBROUS WHITE SHEET OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE (COMPOSED OF TENDONS) THAT ATTACHES A FLAT MUSCLE TO A BONE OR TO OTHER DEEPER MUSCLES
HAMSTRING A COLLECTIVE NAME FOR THE GROUP OF 3 MUSCLES (BICEPS FEMORIS, SEMITENDINOSUS, SEMIMEMBRANOUS) ON THE POSTERIOR UPPER LEG. THESE MUSCLES MOVE THE UPPER LEG POSTERIORLY (EXTENSION) AND BEND THE LOWER LEG TOWARDS THE BUTTOCKS (FLEXION)
3 TYPES OF MUSCLE 1. SKELETAL (VOLUNTARY), CARDIAC, SMOOTH (INTESTINES) (INVOLUNTARY)
Created by: kdelacosta