the study of the nature of living organisms
the study of cells
carpal tunnel syndrome
a condition caused by compression of the median nerve by the carpal ligament.
a condition of lateral curvature of the spine.
thighbone, is the longest, heaviest, and strongest bone in the body.
sectional plane that divides the body into left and right portions.
divides the body into anterior and posterior portions
away from the point of attachment
to the side
an air cavity within certain bones.
the process of bending a limb
a bone-forming cell
tibia, femur, radius, humerus
the membrane that forms the covering of bones except at their articular surfaces
the process of lying prone or face downward
surgical repair of the skull
fracture occurs at the ankle and affects both of the bones of the lower leg (fibula and tibia).
pertaining to the heel bone.
inflammation of the muscle on the lower part of the back.
rheumatoid, gout, lupus, fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis.
the study of tissue
is the study of structure of an organism such as humans. also known as cut up.
nearest the midline
nearest the point of attachment
sectional plane that divides the body into superior and inferior portions
connect the articular ends of bones, binding them together and facilitating or limiting motion.
abnormal rupture of the central portion of the disc
a condition that results in reduction of bone mass
surgical puncture of a joint for removal of fluid
the process of moving a body part away from the middle
the shaft of a long bone
surgical excision of the cartilage
a very large process of the femur
functions of the skeletal system
to protect, store, support, leverage, and blood cell production.
the big or great toe
inflammation of a joint.
pertaining to the finger or toe.