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KSS SM 2 Vocab 10

SM 2 Vocab 10

QuestionAnswer
Innervation nerve stimulation of a muscle
Ipsilateral situated on the same side
Ischemia lack of blood flow
Kinesthesis sensation or feeling of movement; the awareness of body in space
Kyphosis exaggeration of the normal curve of the thoracic spine
Leukocytes white blood cells
Lordosis abnormal curvature of the lumbar vertebrae
Malaise discomfort and uneasiness caused by an illness
Malacia Softened state, as in chondromalacia of the patella
Microtrauma microscopic lesion or injury
Myalgia muscle pain
Myositis inflammation of muscle
Neuroma tumor consisting mostly of nerve cells and nerve fibers
Osteoarthritis chronic disease involving joints in which there is destruction of articular cartilage and bony overgrowth
Osteochondral refers to relationship of bone and cartilage
Created by: SK Ath Med