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PART OF PECTORAL GIRDLE; ARTICULATION BETWEEN LATERAL END OF CLAVICLE AND FLATTENED SMALL PROCESS LOCATED ON THE BORDER OF THE ACROMION
AC (ACRIOMIOCLAVICULAR) JOINT
SLIGHTLY MOVABLE JOINT
AMPHIARTHROSIS
FOUND AT ENDS OF LONG BONES AND LINING MEDULLARY CAVITY; COMPOSED OF COLUMNS OF TRABECULAE WITH LARGE SPACES BETWEEN
CANCELLOUS BONE aka SPONGY BONE
CRUSHED OR BROKEN INTO A NUMBER OF PIECES
COMMINUTED
FRACTURE IN WHICH BONE FRAGMENT PUNCTURES THE SKIN AND EXPOSES THE BONE
COMPOUND or OPEN FRACTURE
TYPE OF BONE TISSUE THAT'S HARD AND DENSE, AND THAT SURROUNDS THE MARROW CAVITY
CORTICAL aka COMPACT BONE
FREELY MOVABLE JOINT
DIARTHROSIS
SEMISOLID (SOFT) TISSUE OCCUPYING THE MEDULLARY CAVITIES OF LONG BONES
MARROW
EXTENSION OF VERTEBRAE THAT CONNECTS THE SPINOUS PROCESS TO THE LAMINA
PEDICLE
THE BALL-AND-SOCKET JOINT COMPOSED OF THE HEAD OF THE HUMERUS THAT RESTS IN THE GLENOID FOSSA
SHOULDER JOINT
BENT OR TWISTED AWAY FROM THE MIDLINE
VALGUS
A HOLLOW, CUPLIKE PORTION OF THE HIP JOINT; THE HIP SOCKET
ACETABULUM
TRANSPLANT TISSUE OBTAINED FROM THE SAME SPECIES
ALLOGRAFT
THE IMMOBILITY OR FUSION OF A JOINT CAUSED BY INJURY, DISEASE, OR SURGICAL PROCEDURE
ANKYLOSIS
INFLAMMATION OF A JOINT
ARTHRITIS
PUNTURE OF A JOINT SPACE THROUGH USE OF A NEEDLE
ARTHROCENTESIS
THE SURGICAL IMMOBILIZATION OF A JOINT
ARTHRODESIS
VISUALIZATION OF A MOINT BY RADIORAPHIC STUDY AFTER INJECTION OF CONTRAST MEDIUM INTO THE JOINT SPACE
ARTHROGRAM
THE OPERATIVE PROCEDURE OF RESHAPING OR RECONSTRUCTING A DISEASED JOINT
ARTHROPLASTY
AN EXAMINATION OF THE INTERIOR OF A JOINT FOR THERAPEUTIC AND DIAGNOSTIC PURPOSES WITH A SPECIALLY DESIGNED ENDOSCOPE
ARTHROSCOPY
A SURGICAL INCISION INTO A JOINT
ARTHROTOMY
HYALINE CARTILAGE COVERING THE ARTICULAR SURFACES OF BONES
ARTICULAR CARTILAGE
THE PLACE OF UNION BETWEEN TWO OR MORE BONES; A JOINT`
ARTICULATION
SYNOVIAL CYST (POUCH) ARISING FROM THE SYNOCIAL LINING OF THE KNEE
BAKER'S CYST
A PADLIKE SAC OR CAVITY FOUND IN CONNECTIVE TISSUE NEAR THE JOINT
BURSA
A ROUNDED PROTUBERANCE AT THE END OF A BONE FORMING AN ARTICULATION
CONDYLE
FIBROSIS OF MUSCLE, FASCIA, SKIN, OR JOINT CAPSULE THAT CANNOT BE MOBILIZED IF FLEXED OR EXTENDED
CONTRACTURE
A FRACTURE THAT HAS NOT HEALED WITHIN AN AVERAGE AMOUNT OF TIME
DELAYED UNION
A GRAPHIC RECORD OF THE CONTRACTION OF A MUSCLE AS A RESULT OF ELECTRICAL STIMULATION
A FINE MEMBRANE THAT LINES THE MEDULLARY CAVITY OF BONE
FUSION OF THE GROWTH PLATE IN BONES
EPIPHYSIODESIS
A TURNING OUTWARD
EVERSION
A BENIGN BONY GROWTH THAT ARISES FROM THE SURFACE OF A BONE
EXOSTOSIS
FIBROUS MEMBRANE COVERING, SUPPORTING, AND SEPERATING MUSCLES
FASCIA
HEREDITARY METABOLIC DISEASE THAT IS A FORM OF ACUTE ARTHRITIS. MARKED BY INFLAMMATION OF THE JOINTS, USUALLY STARTING IN THE FOOT OR THE KNEE
GOUT
THE PRODUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF BLOOD CELLS, NORMALLY IN THE BONE MARROW
HEMATOPOIESES
TO TURN INWARD
INVERSION
THE SACLIKE STRUCTURE THAT ENCLOSES THE ENDS OF BONES IN DIARTHRODIAL JOINTS, CONSISTING OF AN OUTER FIBROUS LAYTER, AN INNER SYNOVIAL LAYER, AND SYNOVIAL FLUID
JOINT CAVITY
STRONG BAND OF FIVROUS CONNECTIVE TISSUE CONNECTING THE ARTICULAR ENDS OF BONES AND SERVING TO BIND THE BONES TOGETHER AND FACILITATE OR LIMIT MOTION
LIGAMENT
AN IMPERFECT UNION IN WHICH THE FRAGMENTS OF A FRACTURED BONE GROW IN A FAULTY POSITION
MALUNION FRACTURE
ANY DISEASE OF THE NERVES
NEUROPATHY
FAILURE OF FRAGMENTS OF A FRACTURED BONE TO KNIT TOGETHER
NONUNION FRACTURE
INFLAMMATION OF A JOOINT
OSTEOARTHRITIS
EXCISION OF A JOINT END OF A BONE
OSTEOARTHROTOMY
A CELL OF MESODERMAL ORIGIN THAT'S CONCERNED WITH THE FORMATION OF BONE
OSTEOBLAST
A DISEASE MARKED BY INCREASING SOFTNESS OF THE BONES; THE ADULT FORM OF RICKETS
OSTEOMALACIA
INFLAMMATION OF BONE, ESPECIALLY THE MARROW
OSTEOMYELITIS
DEATH OF GENERALIZED BONE TISSUE RATHER THAN OF ISOLATED AREAS
OSTEONECROSIS
A BONY OUTGROWTH, USUALLY FOUND AROUND A JOINT; A "JOINT MOUSE" IF LOOSE IN THE JOINT
OSTEOPHYTE
THE ABNORMAL THICKENING OF BONE
OSTEOSCLEROSIS
SURGICAL INCISION INTO BONE
OSTEOTOMY
FIBROUS MEMBRANE THAT COVERS BONE EXCEPT AT THE ARTICULAR SURFACES
PERIOSTEUM
A JOINT THAT CONNECTS BONES OF THE SKULL
SUTURE
A JOINT WHOSE BONES ARE CONNECTED BY A DISK OF CARTILAGE
SYMPHYSIS
A FIBROUS ARTICULATION IN WHICH TWO BONES ARE JOINED BY LIGAMENTS
SYNDESMOSIS
FIBROUS PORTION OF MUSCLE SERVING TO ATTACH MUSCLES TO BONES AND OTHER PARTS
TENDON
THE PROCESS OF DRAWING OR PULLING
TRACTION
THE PROCESS OF RETURNING FRACTURED BONES TO CORRECT ANATOMICAL POSITION, USING INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL MEANS TO STABILIZE THEM.
REDUCTION
FRACUTE LINE RUNS ALONG THE LENGTH OF THE BONE
LONGITUDINAL
FRACTURE LINE LIES AT AN ANGLE TO THE LONG AXIS OF THE BONE
OBLIQUE
FRACTURE LINE FORMS A SPIRAL PATTERN AROUND THE BONE
SPIRAL
FRACTURE LINE LIES PERPENDICULAR TO THE LONG AXIS OF THE BONE
TRANSVEDRSE
CLOSED FRACTURE WHERE BONES REMAIN IN PROPER RELATION TO ONE ANOTHER WITH LITTLE DAMAGE TO THE TISSUE AND OVERLYING SKIN REMAINS INTACT
SIMPLE/CLOSED
BONE IS SEVERELY DISPLACED, PUNCTURING THE OVERLYING SKIN AND DAMAGING TISSUE
COMPOUND/OPEN
BONE IS CRUSHED
COMPRESSION
TUMOR COMPOSED OF FIBROUS OR FULLY DEVELOPED CONNECTIVE TISSUE
FIBROMA
FRAGILE AND POROUS BONES THAT ARE EASILY BROKEN FROM LACK OF CALCIUM
OSTEOPOROSIS
RUPTURE IN THE FIBROUS CARTILAGE
HERNIATION
TORN SUPPORT STRUCTURES OR MISALIGNMENT OF THE BONE AT THE JOINT
DAMAGED OR DISLOCATED JOINTS
CANCER IN THE BONE MARROW PLASMA CELLS
MYELOMA
TUMORS OF THE HYALINE CARTILAGE
CHONDROSARCOMA
INFECTION THAT SPREADS AND DETERIORATES THE BONES, MOST FREQUENTLY THE SPINE
TUBERCULOSIS OF BONE OR JOINT
TUMOR THAT NORMALLY APPEARS IN THE SPUR OF A LONG BONE
OSTEOCHONDROMA
INFLAMMATION OF THE FLUID BETWEEN TENDONS AND BONES
BURSITIS
ADULT VERSION OF RICKETS
OSTEOMALACIA
REPETITIVE STRETCHING OF JOINT TENDONS OR LIGAMENTS THAT MAY CAUSE INJURY
STRAIN
CAUSES ABNORMAL BONE GROWTH IN CHILDREN
RICKETS
ABNORMAL TISSUE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
DYSPLASIA
CRUSHING OR SHATTERING OF BONE, DISPERSING IT
FRAGMENTATION
CREATES A GRAVE DANGER OF INFECTION, NOT ONLY TO TISSUE, BUT TO THE BONE ITSELF; MEDICALLY URGENT
OPEN (COMPOUND) FRACTURE
SYSTEMIC DETERIORATION OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE
RA
INFLAMMATION OF BONE TISSUE CAUSED BY PATHOGENIC ORGANISMS; CAN LIE DORMANT FOR 20 TO 40 YRS. OR MORE
OSTEOMYELITIS
DEGENERATIVE CONTRACTURE AND ATROPHY OF MUSCLE RESULTING FROM LONG CONTINUED INTERFERENCE WITH NORMAL CIRCULATION
VOLKMANN'S CONTRACTURE
MALIGNANT TUMOR OF THE BONE
OSTEOMA
WEBBING BETWEEN ADJACENT DIGITS
SYNDACTYLISM
DEGENERATION OF JUVENILE JOINTS
PERTHES' DISEASE