malignant tumor in bone marrow (usually in the pelvis or in long bones)
bony growth arising from the surface of bone (ex-means out,-ostosis means condition of bone)
term for condition of bone
term for cartilage and bone
a type of benign tumor that consists of cartilage and bone. It is a benign capped-cartilage outgrowth, connected to bone by a stalk
the formation of new bone on the surface of a bone
swelling of the metatarsophalangeal joint near the base of the big toe and is accompanied by build up of soft tissue and underlying bone
sudden breaking of a bone
bone is broken but there is no open wound in the skin
bone is broken with an open wound in the skin
fracture caused by disease of the bone or change in the tissue surrounding the bone, making it weak
the crackling sound produced when ends of bone rub each other or against roughened cartilage.
fracture occuring in the wrist at the lower end of the radius
fracture where bone is splintered of crushed
fracture where bone is compressed; often occurs in vertebrae
fracture where bone is partially broken and partially bend on the opposite side, as when a green stick breaks.
fracture in which one fragment is driven firmly into the other
restoration of the bone to its normal position.
manipulative reduction without an incision
requires surgery. During the procedure the surgeon may add pins, plates, or screws to the affected bone to straighten and strengthen it
malignant tumor arising from bone
softening of bone with inadequate amounts of mineral (calcium) in the bone
childhood disease caused by deficiency of vitamin D and sunlight associated with impaired metabolism of calcium and phosphorus
inflammation of the bone and bone marrow
inflammation with pus collection
decrease in bone density (mass); thinning and weakening of bone
osteoporosis is also called----because the interior of bones is diminished in structure, as if the steel skeleton of a building has rusted and worn down.