Movement toward the midline.
Movement away from the midline
Decreases the angle of a joint.
Moves a bone around its own axis.
Moves the sole of the foot inward.
Any body part attched to a main structure.
Place of union between two or more bones; also called joint.
Ligaments that cross each other forming an X within the notch between the femoral condyles.
Production and development of blood cells, normally in the bone marrow.
Turns the palm down.
Turns the palm up.
Moves the sole of the foot outward.
Elevates the foot.
Lowers the foot (points the toe).
Stiffening and immobility of a joint as a result of disease, trauma, surgery, or abnormal bone fusion.
Specialist in treatment of musculoskeletal disorders.
Abnormal Bending of the spine.
Pertaining to the femur.
Treatment of the feet.
Tumor of muscle (tissue).
Removal of a synovial membrane.
Weakness of mucles.
Disorder caused by defective nutrition or metabolism.
Condition of joined fingers or toes.
Increase in severity of a disease or any of its symptoms.
Loss of muscular tone or a diminished resistance to passive stretching.
Form of osteomalacia in children caused by vitamin D deficiency.
Fragment of necrosed bone that has become seperated from surrounding tissue.
Radiography of the spinal cord after injection of a contrast medium to identify and study spinal distortions caused by tumors, cysts, herniated intervertebral disks, or other lesions.
Procedure that restores a bone to its normal position.
Partial or complete removal of an extremity due to trauma or circulatory disease.
Excision of bursa.
Excision of the posterior arch of a vertebra.