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KSS SM Vocab 16

SM Vocab 16

QuestionAnswer
THORAX The upper part of the trunk between the neck and the abdomen; it is formed by the 12 thoracic vertebrae, the 12 pairs of ribs, the sternum, and the muscles and fasciae attached to these
TIBIA Large bone of the lower leg; Medial side
TINNITUS The sensation of ringing in the ears from traumatic or other causes
TRANSVERSE Divides superior and inferior sections
TRAUMA An injury, wound, or shock
ULNA Medial forearm
VALGUS Angulation of the body outward (away from the mid-line)
VARUS Angulation of the body inward (toward the mid-line)
VASOCONSTRICTOR An agent-causing closing of the blood vessels
VASODILATOR An agent-causing opening of the blood vessels
VENTRAL Bottom surface, belly; Opposite of dorsal
VERTIGO Dizziness
Created by: SK Ath Med