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ACETABUL/O
HIP SOCKET
ANKYL/O
BENT,FUSED
APONEUR/O
TENDON TYPE
ARTHR/O
JOINT
BURS/O
FLUID-FILLED SAC IN A JOINT
CALC/O, CALCI/O
CALCIUM
CARP/O
CARPALS (WRIST BONES)
CHONDR/O
CARTILAGE
CHRONDR/O
CARTILAGE
CLAVIC/O, CLAVICUL/O
CLAVICLE (COLLAR BONE)
COST/O
RIB
CRANI/O
CRANIUM(SKULL)
DISK/O
INTERVERTEBRAL DISK
FEMOR/O
THIGHBONE
FIBUL/O
FIBULA
HUMER/O
HUMEROUS (UPPER ARM BONE)
ILI/O
ILIUM (UPPER PELVIC BONE)
ISCHI/O
ISCHIUM (POSTERIOR PELVIC BONE)
KINESI/O
MOVEMENT
KYPH/O
HUMP
LAMIN/O
LAMINA
LORD/O
CURVE
LUMB/O
LOWER BACK
MANDIBUL/O
MANDIBLE (LOWER JAWBONE)
MAXILL/O
MAXILLA (UPPER JAWBONE)
MENISC/O
MENISCUS
MENISCI/O
MENISCUS
METACARP/O
METACARPALS (HAND)
METATARS/O
METATARSALS (FOOT)
MYEL/O
BONE MARROW
MY/O MUSCUL/O
MUSCLE
OLECRAN/O
OLECRANON (ELBOW)
ORTH/O
STRAIGHT
OSTE/O
BONE
PATELL/O
PATELLA (KNEECAP)
PELV/I
PELVIS (HIP)
PETR/O
STONE
PHALANG/O
PHALANGES (FINGER OR TOE)
PUB/O
PUBIS
RACHI/O
SPINE
RADI/O
RADIUS (LOWER ARM)
SACR/O
SACRUM
SCAPUL/O
SCAPULA (SHOULDER)
SCOLI/O
BENT
SPONDYL/O
VERTEBRA
STERN/O
STERNUM (BREAST BONE)
SYNOVI/O
SYNOVIAL JOINT MEMBRANE
TARS/O
TARSAL (ANKLE/FOOT)
TEN/O
TENDON
TEND/O
TENDON (CONNECTIVE TISSUE)
TENDIN/O
TENDON (CONNECTIVE TISSUE)
TIBI/O
SHIN BONE
ULN/O
ULNA (LOWER ARM BONE)
VERTEBR/O
VERTEBRA
INTER
BETWEEN
SUPRA
ABOVE
SYM
TOGETHER
SYN
TOGETHER
ASTHENIA
WEAKNESS
BLAST
EMBRYONIC
CLAS, CLASIA, CLASIS
BREAK
DESIS
FUSION
LISTHESIS
SLIPPING
MALACIA
SOFTENING
PHYSIS
TO GROW
POROSIS
PASSAGE
SCHISIS
SPLIT
TOME
INSTRUMENT THAT CUTS
TOMY
INCISION
ACL
ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT
AKA
ABOVE KNEE AMPUTATION
BKA
BELOW KNEE AMPUTATION
C1-C7
CERVICAL VERTEBRAE
CTS
CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME
FX
FRACTURE
L1-L5
LUMBAR VERTEBRAE
OA
OSTEOARTHRITIS
RA
RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS
T1-T12
THORACIC VERTEBRAE
TMJ
TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT
ARTHROCENTESIS
INJECTION AND OR ASPIRATION OF A JOINT
ARTHRODESIS
SURGICAL IMMOBILIZATION OF A JOINT
ARTHROGRAPHY
RADIOGRAPHY OF A JOINT
ARTHROPLASTY
RESHAPING OR RECONSTRUCITON OF A JOINT
ARTHROSCOPY
USE OF SCOPE TO VIEW INSIDE JOINT
ARTHROTOMY
INCISION INTO A JOINT
ARTICULAR
PERTAINS TO A JOINT
ASPIRATION
USE OF A NEEDLE AND A SYRING TO WITHDRAW FLUID
ATROPHY
WASTING AWAY
BUNION
HALLUX, VALGUS, ABNORMAL INCREASE IN SIZE OF METATARSAL HEAD THAT RESULTS IN DISPLACEMENT OF THE GREAT TOE
BURSITIS
INFLAMMATION OF BUSA (JOINT SAC)
CHONDRAL
REFERRING TO THE CARTILAGE
CLOSED FRACTURE REPAIR
NOT SURGICALLY OPENED WITH/WITHOUT MANIPULATION AND WITH/WITHOUT TRACTION
CLOSED TREATMENT
FRACTURE SITE THAT IS NOT SURGICALLY OPENED AND VISUALIZED.
COLES' FRACTURE
FRACTURE AT THE LOWER END OF THE RADIUS THAT DISPLACES THE BONE POSTERIORLY
DISLOCATION
PLACEMENT IN A LOCATION OTHER THEN THE ORIGINAL LOCATION
ENDOSCOPY
INSPECTION OF BODY ORGANS OR CAVITIES USING A LIGHTED SCOPE THAT MAY BE INSERTED THORUGH AN EXISTING OPENING OR THORUGH A SMALL INCISION
FASCIECTOMY
REMOVAL OF THE BAND OF FIBROUS TISSUE
FISSUE
GROOVE
FRACTURE
BREAK IN A BONE
GANGLION
KNOT
INTERNAL/EXTERNAL FIXATION
APPLICATION OF PINS, WIRES, SCREWS, PLACE EXTERNALLY OR INTERNALLY TO IMMOBILIZE A BODY PART
KYPHOSIS
HUMPBACK
LAMINA
FLAT PLATE
LIGAMENT
FIBROUS BAND OF TISSUE THAT CONNACTS CARTILAGE OR BONE
LORDOSIS
ANTERIOR CURVE OF THE SPINE
LUJMBODYNIA
PAIN IN THE LUMBAR AREA
LYSIS
RELEASING
MANIPULATION OR REDUCTION
ALLIGNMENT OF A FRATURE OR JOINT DISCLOCAITON TO NORMAL POSITION
OPEN FRACTURE REPAIR
SURGICAL OPENING (INCISION) OVER OR REMOTE OPENING AS ACCESS TO A FRACTURE SITE
OSTEOARTHRITIS
DEGENERATIVE CONDITION OF ARITCULAR CARTILAGE
OSTEOCLAST
ABSORBS OR REMOVES BGONE
OSTEOTOMY
CUTTING INTO BONE
PERCUTANEOUS
THROUGH THE SKIN
PERCUTANEOUS FRACTURE REPAIR
REPAIR OF A FRACTURE BY MEANS OF PINS AND WIRES INSERTED THROUGH THE FRACTURE SITE
PERCUTANEOUS SKELETAL FIXATION
CONSIDERED NEITHER OPEN OR CLOSED, THE FRACTURE IS NOT VISUALIZED, BUT FIXATION IS PLACED ACROSS THE FRACTURE SITE UNDER X-RAY IMAGING
REDUCTION
REPLACEMENT TO NORMAL POSITION
SCOLIOSIS
LATERAL CURVE OF THE SPINE
SKELETAL TRACTION
APPLICATION OF PRESSURE TO BONE BY MEANS OF PINS AND OR WIRES INSERTED INTO THE BONE
SKIN TRACTION
APPLICATION OF PRESSURE TO BONE BY MEANS OF TAPE APPLIED TO THE SKIN
SPONDYLITIS
INFLAMMATON OF VERTEBRAE
SUBLUXATION
PARTIAL DISLOCAITON
SUPINATION
SUPINE POSITION
SYNCHONDROSIS
UNION BETWEEN TWO BONE (CONNECTED BY CARTILAGE)
TENDON
ATTACHES A MUSCLE TO A BONE
TENODESIS
SUTURING OF A TENDON TO A BONE
TENORRHAPHY
SUTURE REPAIR OF A TENDON
TRACTION
APPLICATON OF PRESSURE TO MAINTIAN NORMAL ALLIGNMENT
TROCAR NEEDLE
NEEDLE WITH A TUBE ON THE END, USED TO PUNCTURE AND WIHDRAW FLUID FROM A CAVITY.
TUBULAR IS ANOTHER NAME FOR THESE BONES
LONG BONES
THESE BONDES ARE FOUND NEAR JOINTS
SESAMOID
THE ZYGOMA IS AN EXAMPLE OF THIS TYPE OF BONE
IRREGULAR
THE DIAPHYSIS IS THIS PART OF THE BONE
SHAFT
WHICH IS NOT PART OF THE CRANIUM
1. CONDYLE
2. SPHENOID
3. ETHMOID
4. PARIETAL
CONDYLE
THIS IS NOT AN EAR BONE
1. MALLEUS
2. STAPES
3. INCUS
4. STYLOID
STYLOID
THIS TERM DESCRIBES THE GROWTH PLATE
EPIPHYSEAL
THIS IS A DEPRESSION ON THE LATERAL HIP SURFACE INTO WHICH THE HEAD OF THE FEMUR FITS
ACETABULUM
THE TIP OF THE ELBOW IS THE
OLECRANON
THIS TERM DECREIBES AN IMMOVABLE JOINT
SYNARTHROSIS
A COMPOUND FRACTURE IS ALSO KNOWN AS A
OPEN FRACTURE
THIS IS A COMMON BONE DISORDER IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN RESULTING FORM LOW LEVELS OF CALCIUM AND POTASSIUM
OSTEOPOROSIS
THIS INFLAMMATORY DISEASE IS PROGRESSIVE AND LEADS TO A RIGID SPINAL COLULMN
ANKYLOSING SPONDYLITIS
THIS TYPE OF TUMOR ARISES FORM THE BONE CELLS
OSTEOGENIC
THIS TYPE OF TUMOR IS THE MOST COMMON TYPE OF MALIGNANT BONE TUMOR THAT OCCURS IN THOSE OVER 40
MULTIPLE MYELOMA
A GENERAL MUSCLE INFLAMATION WITH AN ACCOMPANYING SKIN RASH IS
DERMATOMYOSITIS
A CARTILAGE TUMOR THAT USUALLY OCCURS IN MIDDLE-AGED AND OLDER INDIVIDUALS IS
CHONDROSARCOMA
THE RETURNING OF HTE BONE TO NORMAL ALLIGMENTS IS
REDUCTION
THE RESULT OF OVERUSE OR OVEREXTENSION OF A LIGAMENT IS
SPRAIN
PRIMARY OSTEOARTHRITIS IS ALSO KNOWN AS
IDIOPATHIC
A PARTIAL TEAR OF MUSCLE OR LIGAMENT
STRAIN
ABNORMAL ENLARGING AND SOFTENING OF THE BONE
PAGETS DISEASE OR OSTEITIS DEFORMANS