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The Musculoskeletal

The Musculoskeletal System

Areas Of Long Bones Epiphysis-Ends Of Bones Diaphysis-Middle of bone: also called shaft Metaphysis-Neck: Connects the diaphysis with the epiphysis
Skeleton Framework for your body
Axial Center
Appendicular Arms and Legs
Oste/o Osteopathy, Periosteum
Crani/o Craniometer, Craniomalacia
Cervic/o Cervical Spine, Cervicitis
Spondyl/o Spondylitis
Lumb/o Lumbar, Lumbodynia
Brachi/o Brachiocephalic, Brachialgia
Dacty/o Adactyly, Dactylagia
Carp/o Carpectomy, Metacarpal
Cost/o Costectomy, Intercostal
Femor/o Femoral Artery
Tibi/o Tibialgia
Tars/o Tarsitis, Tarsalgia
Chondr/o Chondritis, Chondromalacia
Arthr/o Arthritis, Arthroscopic Surgery
Burs/o Bursitis, Bursectomy
Ten/o, Tend/o, Tendin/o Tenodynia, Tendolysis, Tendinitis
Muscul/o, My/o, Myos/o Musculoskeletal System, Myopathy, Myositis
Fasci/o Fasciotomy, Fasciitis
Motion Muscles allow you to move -Kinesi/o
Create and maintain posture by having a constant pressure or tone -Ton/o
The nervous system sends signals to the muscle to contract (move or create tone). ——Tax/o
Disorders of movement: -Paresis, Plegia
Ton/o Dystonia, Tonograph
Kinesi/o Kinesiology, Hyperkinesia, Kinetic Energy
Tax/o Ataxia, Hypotaxia
Genuine Valgum , Genuine Varum Conditions of abnormal knees
Spinal Curvatures Scoliosis, Lordosis , Kyphosis
Bones Fractures Transverse, Oblique, Spiral, Angulated, Displaced, Angulated & Displaced
Correcting Bone Fractures Closed reduction, Open Reduction, External Fixation, Internal Fixation
Miscellaneous Devices Orthotics, Prosthesis
The Ligaments Of The Knee The anterior/ posterior ligaments are cruciates -ACL, PCL
The media/ lateral ligaments are collaterals -MCL, LCL
Abbreviations Of Treatments EMG
Abbreviations Of Conditions CTS, MD, OA, RA
Abbreviations That Describe The Patient’s Activity Level FROM, ROM
Abbreviations Of Treatments NSAID, ORIF, PT, RICE, THR, TKR, WB, WBAT
Fx Procedures can be abbreviated by their first letter followed by an x
Subluxation Miscellaneous joint condition
Reheumatoid Arthritis, Septic Arthritis Conditions related to joint inflammation
Crepitus Changes in joints
Effusion Conditions of joints
Created by: bridgetleyva
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