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Which muscles are voluntary; involuntary?
skeletal-voluntary
cardiac-involuntary
origin
the place where muscles attach to stable bones
insertion
the place where muscles attach to moving bone
flex/o
bend
pronatio/o
facing backward
supinati/o
facing forward
tens/o
stretch
dorsi-
back
duct/o
to draw
electr/o
electric
fascio
fascia(band of tissue surrounding the muscle)
kinesi/o
movement
lei/o
smooth
muscul/o
muscle
my/o
muscle
myos/o
muscle
rhabd/o
rod-shaped; striped; striated
tenosynovi/o
tendon sheath(covering of a tendon)
ton/o
tone; tension
-asthenia
no strength
-clonous
turmoil
-kinesia
movement; motion
-trophy
nourishment, growth
-thermy
heat
CTS
carpal tunnel syndrome
MD
muscular distrophy
strain
commonly called a pulled muscle The tearing, twisting, overstretching, or overextension of muscles and tendons.
RICE
rest, ice, compression, elevation
EMG
electromyography
IM
inramuscular
ROM
range of motion
SLR
straight leg raising
kinesiology
study of movement
bradykinesia
slow movement
diskinesia
imparement of muscle movement
dystrophy
abnormal develment, especially muscular distrophy
atrophy
wasting away of the muscle
hypertrophy
enlargement of an organ due to an increase in the size of cells