A directional word meaning near the point of attachment to the trunk is:
A disease in children in which an inefficient mineralization of the bone-forming tissue causes deformities is:
An individual with quadriplegia has paralysis is:
Another name for osteitis deformans is:
A patient with lumbodynia has pain in the:
A person with inflammation of a joint experiences:
B and D
A physician who specialized in the use of x-rays for diagnosis and treatment of disease is:
Cervicofacial refers to the face and:
Congenital deformity of the foot, also called clubfoot, is:
moving the foot outward
Eversion of the foot refers to:
Fibrosis of connective tissue is skin, fascia, muscle, or joint capsule that prevents normal mobility is:
Intercostal muscles are located between the:
Intervertebral disks are composed of:
Select the term that has an opposite meaning of osteosclerosis:
Site where hematopoiesis occurs is the:
first cervical vertebra
The atlas supports the skull and is the:
muscle to bone
The function of a tendon is to attach:
The medical term for suture of a bone is:
The plural form of pelvis is:
The second vertebra is identified as:
The term myotomy means incision of:
The term spondylitis refers to an inflammation of the:
Trauma to a joint that causes injury to the surrounding ligament is called:
Two main divisions of the skeleton are the axial and the BLANK skeleton:
What is an abnormal lateral curvature of the spine called?
What is an excessive amount of calcium in the blood called?
What is a segment of necrosed bone called?
What is the anatomical term that refers to the tail of the vertebral column?
What is the bone of the upper arm called?
What is the disease characterized by excessive uric acid called?
neck; cervix uteri (neck of uterus)
stiffness; bent, crooked