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Muscular/skeletal/integumentary system

spongy, porous bone tissue cancellous bone
the projection of the temporal bone mastoid process
the shaft of a long bone diaphysis
operation performed to relieve the symptoms of a slipped disk laminectomy
pertaining to the upper arm bone humeral
inflammation of bone and bone marrow osteomyelitis
surgical repair of a joint arthroplasty
inflammation of joints caused by excessive uric acid accumulation Gouty arthritis
moving away from the middle of the body abduction
action in which the forearm or leg and ankle pronates; opposite of supination pronation
(beginning) the point attachment of the muscle to the stationary bone origin
a hard protein material found in the epidermis keratin
fungal infection trichomycosis
itching pruritus
moles that can develop into malignant melanoma dysplastic nevi
is the general name for many different mycoses of the skin tinea
outward extension of the shoulder bone acromion
knuckle like process at the end of a bone condyle
poor formation of bone osteodystrophy
lateral curvature of the spinal column scoliosis
shoulder bone scapula
(clubfoot) talipes
condition of stiffening and immobility of joint anklosis
malignant tumor of smooth muscle leiomyosarcoma
pertaining to the heart muscle myocardial
pertaining to the internal organs visceral
a type of epithelial cell n the epidermis squamous cells
structural protein found in skin and connective tissue collagen
inflammation of the soft tissue around a nail paronychia
fatty mass within a sebaceous gland steatoma
inflammatory disease of the joints and collagen of the skin; can affect other organs of the body systemic lupus erythematosus
bed sore; break in continuity of skin decubitus ulcer
white, thickened patches on mucous membrane tissue of the tongue or cheek leukoplakia
opening for blood vessels and nerves foramen
connective tissue in the skin hardens scleroderma
the forward slipping of a vertebra over a lower vertebra spondylolisthesis
vitamin D deficiency leads to softening of bone osteomalacia
the smaller of the two lower leg bones fibula
a splintered or crushed bone comminuted fracture
chronic inflammation of bones and joints due to degenerative changes in cartilage osteoarthritis
wasting away (no development) of muscle atrohy
the point of junction of the muscle to the bone that moves insection
middle layer of skin dermis
pertaining to under a nail subungual
profuse sweating diaphoresis
layers of growth are removed and examined mircoscopically mohs surgery
thickened scar keloid
chronic recurrent dermatosis with silvery gray scales covering red patches in skin psobiasis
smooth, edematous (swollen) papule or plaque that is redder pr [aler than the surrounding skin wheal
is a large vesicle bullae
papule containing pus pustule
What are the face bones? nasal bones, lacrimal bone, maxillary bone, mandibular bone, zygomatic bones, vomer, and sinuses
What are the cranium bones? frontal bone, parietal bone, temporal bone, occipital bone, sphenoid bone, and ethmoid bone
Created by: triciamari3ann