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acromioclavicular
joint between the collar bone and the acromion process
acromiohumeral
joint between the acromion process and the humerus
acromion
the bony projection on the scapulat at the humeroscapular joint
ambulance
vehicle used to transport patients
ambulatory
able to walk, walking
ankylobelpharon
stiffened, adhered eyelids
ankylocheilia
stiffened lips
ankylodactylia
stiff, immovable fingers and toes
ankyloglossia
tongue tied (stiff tongue)
ankylophobia
abnormal fear of ankylosis
ankyloproctia
closure (immobility) of the anus and rectum
ankylosis
condition of stiffening, loss of mobility
arteriostasis
control of arterial flow
brachial
pertaining to the arm
braciocephalic
pertaining to the arm and head
bracioradialis
muscle the extends from the upper arm to the radial bone
calcaneodynia
heal pain (calcanealgia)
calcaneum, calcaneus, calcanea
heel bone
carpi, carpus, carpal
wrist bones
cervial
pertaining to the neck, neck of the uterus, other necklike structure
cervicectomy
excision of the cervix of the uterus
cervicitis
inflammation of the cervix of the uterus
cervicobrachial
pertaining to the neck and arm
cervicofacial
pertaining to the neck and face
cholestasis
control of bile flow
condyle, condylar
a rounded process on a bone end
condylectomy
excision of a condyle
condyloid
resembling a condyle
diskectomy
excision of a herniated intervertrebal disk
enterostasis
control of intestinal flow
epicondyle
upon a condyle
femur, femoral
the thigh bone
fibula
small, long bone in lower leg lateral to tibia
fungistasis
control or stop growth of a fungus (mycostasis)
ganglion
a collection of nerve cell boies
hemostasis
control of blood flow
humeroradial
pertaining to the humerus and the radius
humeroscapular
pertaining to the humerus and the scapula
humeroulnar
pertaining to the humerus and the ulna
ileum
third part of the small intestine
ilium
upper pelvic bone
ischiocele
herniation through the ischial bone
ischioneuralgia
pain in the nerves near the ischium (sciatica)
ischiopubic
pertaining to the ischium and the pubis
ischiorectal
pertaining to the ischium and rectum
laminectomy
excision of the lamina of the vertebral posterior arch
metacarpi
hand bones distal to the carpi
metatarsals
foot bones distal to the tarsals
noctambulism
sleepwalking (somnambulism)
nyctalbuminuria
excretion of albumin in urine at night
nycturia
excessive urination during the night (nocturia)
palaoschisis
cleft palate
phlebostasis
control of venous flow
pubofemoral
pertaining to the pubic bone and the femur
pyostasis
control of pus formation
rachialgia
spinal pain
rachiometer
instrument to meausre spinal curvature
rachioplegia
spinal paralysis
rachischisis
split spine (spina bifida cystica)
rachitis
inflammation of the spine (spondylitis)
radioulnar
pertaining to the radius and the ulna
scapula
shoulder blade
schistoglossia
split tongue (fissure)
Schistosomiasis
infestation with Schistosoma flukes
schizonychia
split finger nails or toenails
schizophasia
split speech (incomprehensible)
schizophrenia
severe mental disorder in which thinking, emotions and behavior are disturbed (includes paranoia, hallucination, delusion, persecution, and jealousy)
sternalgia
sternal pain
sternopericardial
pertaining to the sternum and pericardium
tarsi, tarsus, tarsal
bones of the ankle (not including the tibia)
tibia
shin bone (medial to fibula)
tibiofibular
pertaining to the tibia and fibula
viscerostatis
control of an organ
xiphocostal
pertaining to the xiphoid process and the ribs
xiphoid (process)
cartilage bony projection on the distal end of the sternum
amb
ambulatory
AOTA
American Occupational Therapy Assocation
DPM
podiatrist
hs
hours of sleep, at bedtime
LP
lumbar puncture
OREF
open reduction external fixation
ORIF
open reduction internal fixation
OTR
registered occupational therapist
rt, R
right
y/o, yr
year(s) old, year(s)