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chapter 15 skeleton

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MD DOCTOR OF MEDICINE
DO DOCTOR OF OSTEOPATHY
BMD BONE MINERAL DENSITY
DEXA DUAL ENERGY X-RAT ABSORPTIOMETRY
FDA U.S FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION
IU INTERNATIONAL UNIT(S)
Fx FRACTURE
DJD DEGENERATIVE JOINT DISEASE
MCP META CARPO PHALANGEAL
OA OSTERO ARTHR ITIS
PIP PROXIMAL INTER PHANAGEAL
THR TOTAL HIP REPLACEMENT
RA RHEUMATOID ARTHR ITIS
T.I.D THREE TIMES A DAY
DMD DUCHENNE MUSCULAR DYS TROPHY
NSAID NON STEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DRUGS
PCP PHEN CYCL IDINE (ANGLE DUST)
R.I.C.E REST ICE COMPRESSION ELEVATION
PT PHYSIO THERAPY
JA JUVENILE RHEUMATOID ARTHR ITIS
SI SAC RO ILIAC
ACL ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT
PCL POSTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT
TMJ TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT
MRI MAGENTIC REASONING IMAGE
MG MILLOGRAMS
ROM RANGE OF MOTION
C5-C6 CERVICAL VERTEBRA
OSTEO PATHY DISEASE OF THE BONE
MARROW FATTY, BLOOD-FORMING TISSUE IN THE CAVITIES OF LONG BONE.
OSTEO BLAST BONE FORMING CELL
OSTEO CLAST BONE-REMOVING CELL
OSTEO POR OSIS CONDITION IN WHICH THE BONES BECOME MORE BRITTLE AND MORE LIKELY TO FRACTUER disease occurs when the rate of bone exceeds the rate of formation
TROCHANTER GREEK RUNNER ONE OF TWO BONEY PROMINENCES NEAR THE HEAD OF THE FEMUR ( RUNNER)
OSTEO MALACIA BONE SOFTENING
OSTEO MYEL ITIS INFLAMMATION OF THE BONE TISSUE
RICKETS OLD ENGLISH TO TWIST DISEASE DUE TO VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY PRODUCING SOFT, FLEXIBLE BONES
SARC OMA A MALIGNMANT TUMOR ORGINATING IN CONNESTIVE TISSUE
HEMA TOMA A BLOOD TUMOR OR MASS
RE DUCT ION RESTORE A STUCTURE TO ITS NORMAL POSITION
BURSA LATIN PURSE A CLOSED SAC CONTAINING SYN OVI AL FLUID
SUTURE SUTURES(PL) TWO BONES ARE JOINED TOGETHER BY A FIBROUS BAND CONTINUOUS WITH THEIR PERIOSTEUM, AS IN THE SKULL
SYN OVI AL PERTAINING TO SYN OVI AL FLUID AND SYNOVIAL MEMBRANE
ABDUCTION ABDUCT(VERB) ACTION OF MOVING AWAY FROM THE MIDDLE
ADDUCTION ADDUCT(VERB) ACTION OF MOVING TOWARD THE MIDDLE
PRONEPRONATIONPRONATE(VERB) LAYING FACE DOWN FLAT ON YOUR BELLY
SUPINESUPINATION LAYING FLAT ON UR SPRINE OR LAYING FACE UP
META CARPO PHALANGEAL THE ARTICULATIONS(JOINTS) BETWEEN THE META CARPAL BONES AND PHALANGES
OSTEO ARTHR ITIS CHRONIC INFLAMMATORY DIESASE OF THE JOINTS WITH PAIN AND LOSS OF FUNCTION
RHEUMATOID ARTHR ITIS DIESASE OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE, WITH ARTHRITIS AS A MAJOR MANIFESTATION
FASCIA LATIN A BAND SHEET OF FIBROUS CONNECTIVE TISSUE
POLY MY ALGIA MANY MUSCLE PAINS
DUCHENNE MUSCULAR DYS TROPHY SYMMETRICAL WEAKNESS AND WASTING OF PELVIC,SHOULDER,AND PROXIMAL LIMB MUSCLES
FIBRO MY ALGIA PAIN IN THE MUSCLE FIBERS
SPRAIN A WRENCH AR TEAR IN A LIGAMENT
STRAIN OVERSTRETCH OR TEAR IN A MUSCLE OR TENDON
KYPHOSIS KYPHOTIC(ADJ) HUMPBACKED AN EXAGGERATED POSTERIOR CURVE OF THE THORACIC SPINE
LORDOSIS LORDOTIC(ADJ) BEND BACKWARDS AN EXAGGERATED FORWARD CURVATURE OF THE LUMBER SPINE sway back
SCOLIOSIS SCOLIOTIC(ADJ) CROOKED AN ABNORMAL LATERAL CURVATURE OF THE VERTEBRAL COLUMN.
VERTEBRAVERTEBRAE(PL)VERTEBRAL(ADJ) SPINAL JOINT ONE OF THE BONES OF THE SPINAL COLUMN
ACROM ION LATERAL END OF THE SCAPULA EXTENDING OVER THE SHOULDER JOINT
CLAVICLE CLAVICULAR(ADJ) CURVED BONE THAT FORMS THE ANTERIOR PART OF THE PECTORAL GIRDLE COLLAR BONE
SUB LUXAT ION AN INCOMPLETE DISLOCATION
ACETABULUM THE CUP SHAPED CAVITY OF THE HIPBONE THAT RECEIVES THE HEAD OF THE FEMUR TO FORM THE HIP JOINT.
FEMUR FEMORAL(ADJ) THE THIGH BONE
GLUTEUS MUSCLE IN THE BUTTOCKS
NECROSIS NECROTIC(ADJ) DEATH PATHOLOGIC DEATH OF CELLS OR TISSUE
CLOSED FREACTURE A BONE IS BROKEN BUT THE SKIN IS INTACT
COMMINUTED FRACTURE BONE IS BROKEN INTO PIECES
COMPLETE FRACTURE BONE IS BROKEN INTO TWO SEPARATE PIECES
COMPRESSION FRACTURE FRACTURE OF A VERTEBRA CAUSING LOSS OF HEIGHT OF THE VERTEBRA
DISPLACED FRACTURE A FRACTURE IN WHICH THE FRAGMENTS ARE SEPARATED AND ARE NOT IN ALIGNMENT
GREENSTICK A FRACTURE WHERE ONE BONE BREAKS AND THE OTHER BENDS
HAIRLINE A FRACTURE WITHOUT SEPARATION OF THE FRAGMENTS
IMPACTED FRACTURE BONE FRAGMENT IS DRIVEN INTO THE OTHER
INCOMPLETE FRACTURE THAT DOESNT EXTEND ACROSS THE BONE AS IN A HAIRLINE FRACTURE
LINEAR FRACTURE PARALLEL TO THE LENGTH OF THE BONE
OBLIQUE FRACTURE A DIAGONAL FRACTURE ACROSS THE LONG AXIS OF THE BONE
OPEN FRACTURE THE SKIN IS BROKEN OVER THE FRACTURE
SPIRAL FRACTURE SHAPE OF A COIL
TRANSVERSE FRACTURE PERPENDICULAR TO THE LONG AXIS OF THE BONE
PRE BEFORE
HETERO DIFFERENT
HYPER EXCESSIVE
CO TOGETHER
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INTER BETWEEN
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BI TWO
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DIS APART OR AWAY
IN NOT
META BEYOND
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ALLO DIFFERENT
AUTO SELF
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OID RESEMBLING
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OSTOMY INCUSION
ECOMY SURGICAL EXCISION
UM STRUCTURE, TISSUE
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SCOPY INSTRUMENT TO EXAMINE
ITIS INFLAMMATION
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MALCIA SOFTENING
IATRIST PRACTITIONER
Radius bone located forearm of the thumb side
bones in the human skull 22
bones in the vertberal coloumn 26
partical fracture greenstick
collar bone clavicle
factors that affect growth vitamins hormones nutrition and excersie
bone neat the head of the femur tro chan ter (runner)
fluid that is found in the bones and joints syn ovi al fluid
fascia comes from what latin word band
POPLITEAL FOSSA HOLLOW BONE IN THE BACK PART OF THE KNEE
PRODUCE OF THE MATIX OF THE NEW BONE TISSUE OSTEO BLAST
FIVE REGIONS OF THE CERVICAL THORIC LUMBAR SACRUM COCCYX
WHAT PROTECTRS THE SPINAL CORD VERTERBAL COLUMN
FOUR COMPONENTS OF THE SKELETAL SYSTEM BONE CARTILIGE TENDONS LIGAMENTS
cause of flexor tendon injuries to the hand laceration
where is zygomatic bone located cheecks below the eyes
aromion scapula
muscle that are found in the back of the arm triceps
cronical auto immune disease my athenia gravis
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