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ankyl/o
stiff joint
arthr/o
joint
articul/o
joint
burs/o
sac
carp/o
wrist
cervic/o
neck
chondr/o
cartilage
clavicul/o
clavicle
coccyg/o
coccyx
cost/o
rib
kyph/o
hump
lamin/o
lamina, part of vertbra
lord/o
swayback/curve
lumb/o
loin/lowerback
maxill/o
maxilla (upper jaw)
myel/o
bone marrow
orth/o
straight
radi/o
radius of arm
scoli/o
crooked, bent
spondyl/o
vertebra, backbone
synovi/o
synovial membrane
tars/o
ankle
-clasia
to surgically break
-desis
to fuse. stablize
-listhesis
slipping
-malacia
abnormal softening
-porosis
porous
parietal bone
upper sides of cranium and roof of middle-to-back
sphenoid bone
bat shaped bone that forms part of the base of the skull, floor, and sides of eye orbit
ethmoid bone
forms part of eye orbit and floor of cranium
lacrimal bone
inner corner of each eye
zygomatic bone
cheekbones
vomer bone
base of nasal septum
bursa
sac-like structure composed of connective tissue and lined with synovial membrane
crepitation
noise produced by bones or cartilage rubbing together in conditions like arthritis
exostosis
a bone spur
kyphosis
abnormal increase in the outward curvature of the thoracic spine
lordosis
abnormal increase in the forward curvature of the spine
anklyosing spondylitis
inflammatory spinal condition that resembles rhematoid arthritis; results in the gradual stiffening and fusion of the vertebrae
bunion
inflammation of the bursa of the big toe
closed/simple fracture
fracture w/ no open skin wound
colles' fracture
common type of wrist fracture