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KSS SM Vocab 9

SM Vocab 9

HOT SPOT A hot or irritated feeling on the foot that occurs just before a friction blister forms
HUMERUS Upper arm bone
HYDROTHERAPY Treatment by use of water
HYPERTHERMIA Abnormally high body temperature
HYPOTHERMIA Abnormally low body temperature; core temperature below 95° F
HYPERTROPHY An increase in muscle or tissue size resulting from an increase in the cells that compose the tissue
INCISION A cut made surgically with a sharp knife
INDICATE To advise the use of (a particular treatment)
INFECTION The invasion of a host by organisms, such as bacteria, fungi, viruses, protozoa, or insects with or without manifest disease
INFERIOR Toward the bottom or feet, lower
INFLAMMATION A reaction of tissues to injury and infection, characterized by heat, swelling, red mass, pain, and sometimes loss of function
INNERVATE To supply with nerves; Through innervation the nerve stimulates the muscle to contract
INSERTION The end or part of a muscle by which it is attached to the part to be moved; the place where a muscle ends
INTERNAL ROTATION (IR) Rotating inward
INVERSION Turning the sole of the foot inward, toward the midline of the body
Created by: SK Ath Med