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Elliott M,S,and P

Elliott Muscular,Skeletal,and Professional Terms

chondr/o cartilage
chondroplasty surgical repair of the cartilage
-kinesi/o movement
dyskinesia difficulty or abnormality of movement
my/o muscle
myocardium cardiac muscle in the middle layer of the heart
-physis growth or growing
symphysis growing together
sarc/o tissue
sarcology study of the soft tissue of the body
troph/o/y condition of nutrition,growth,or development
atrophy decrease in size of an organ or tissue due to lack of growth or nutrition
arthr/o- joint
arthrogram x-ray record of a joint
cervic/o- neck
cervicodynia neck pain
crani/o- skull
craniotomy incision or surgical cutting into the skull
oste/o- bone
osteoarthritis bone and joint inflammation(characterized by erosion of cartilage and bone and joint pain)
tend/o- tendon
tendoplasty surgical repair of a tendon
Pulmonologist Lung MD
Hematologist Blood MD
Nephrologist Kidney MD
Rheumatologist Joint MD
Created by: wgelliott