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SM Vocab 5

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AXIAL   The body trunk  
BASKETWEAVE   A method of taping for protection usually applied to ankles  
BICEP   A muscle having two heads, Usually refers to the large flexor muscle of the front of the upper arm  
BILATERAL   On the other side (R or L)  
BRADYCARDIA   Slow heart rate  
BRUISE   The result of a blow (contusion) that injures the tissue under the skin and causes visible black and blue marks (ecchymosis)  
BURSA   A small closed sac, lined by specialized connective tissue, which contains a lubricating fluid,Bursa are usually located over bony prominences where musclesor tendons move over the bone end  
BURSITIS   Inflammation of the bursa  
CALCIFICATION   Hardening by the deposition of salts of lime in the muscle tissue  
CALLUS   A thickening of or a hardthickened area on the skin  
CARTILAGE   A translucent, grizzle-like padding that lies or between most of the joints in the skeleton  
CERVICAL   Pertaining to the neck, especially the 7 vertebrae in the neck  
CHRONIC   Marked by long duration; continued; not acute; In athletics it usually refers to a recurrent injury, or one that has not responded to treatment  
CIRCUMDUCTION   Rotation in a full circle  
CACLCANEUS   Heel bone  


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