A rising lump caused by the wasting of muscle tissue.
A tumor containing muscle tissue
Suture of the muscle
Surgical repair of a muscle
Rupture of a muscle.
Death of muscle tissue.
The branch of physiology that studies the mechanics and anatomy in relation to human movement
Abnormality in performing voluntary muscle movements
Excessive movement (overactive)
Treatment by movement or excerise
Stiff and awkward muscle control caused by a central nervous system disorder.
When walking appears stiff and toes appear to catch and drag.
Paralysis of the lower half of the body (most often as a result of trauma)
Paralysis of both arms and both legs
Paralysis of one side of the body
Inflammation of a fascia.
A surgical incision through the fascia to relieve tension or pressure
Surgical removal of fascia
Inflammation of the tendons.
Surgical repair of cartilage.
Inflammation of cartilage.
Inflammation of bone cartilage.
Surgical removal of cartilage.
Thin membrane that covers a bone.
Mature bone cells.
A bone-forming cell.
A condition in which the body's bones become weak and break easily.
Abnormal softening of bones.
Tumor of the bone
Death of bone tissue.
Tumors of the bone marrow
Hernia of a spinal cord.
Surgical puncture of a joint for removal of fluid.
Inflammation of the joints.
Swelling of a joint.
Stiffness of the joints.
Instrument used to examine the interior of a joint.
bones of the foot between ankle and toes
Pain in the ankle.
The branch of medical science concerned with disorders or deformities of the spine and joints
Head pain; headache.
Softening of the skull.
Surgical removal of the bony arches on one or more vertebrae.
Pain in the neck
Lower back pain
Pain in the sacra
Pain in the ribs
Bone fracture that breaks through the skin.
Bone fracture that does not break through the skin
A partial fracture, in which only one side of the bone is broken
Complete fracture that is straight across the bone at right angles to the long axis of the bone
A fracture in which the bone has been twisted apart
Bone breaks into many fragments
Sacs of synovial fluid that are located outside of the joint
Inflammation of a bursa.
Surgical removal of a bursa
Surgical incision of a bursa
The membrane lining the inside of moveable joints.
Relating to or secreting synovia
Inflammation of a synovial membrane
Surgical removal of a synovial membrane from a joint
Abnormal condition of stiffness
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Painful, inflammatory condition that affects the carpal or wrist portion of the median nerve. Often associated with repetitive actions such as typing. Can be caused by physical trauma or hereditary conditions that inflame tendons around the nerve, disrupting hand function and resulting in numbness and pain.
System of therapy that consists of manipulation of the vertebral column