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13 terms
Orthotic Terminology
Accommodative
Accommodative Foot Orthosis
AFO
Custom Molded Foot Orthosis
Designed with a primary goal of conforming to the individual'…
A device designed with a primary goal of conforming to the in…
Ankle foot orthosis. May be solid, articulated, or bi-valved.
Any foot appliance or device molded to a positive mold of the…
Accommodative
Designed with a primary goal of conforming to the individual'…
Accommodative Foot Orthosis
A device designed with a primary goal of conforming to the in…
15 terms
Orthotics and Prosthetics Terminology
Orthosis/orthotic device
Orthotist
Orthotic technician
Interface components
Externally applied device used to modify the structural and f…
A person who, having completed and approved course of educati…
The technician fabricates, repairs, and maintains orthopedic…
Those components which are in direct contact with the user an…
Orthosis/orthotic device
Externally applied device used to modify the structural and f…
Orthotist
A person who, having completed and approved course of educati…
Terminology, Amputation & orthotics
Where is compressed and stressed in Ge…
How to measure Q-angle?... What is the no…
What is a grade I sprain?... what is a gr…
what is a grade I strain?... what is a gr…
1. Lateral tibial condyle; medial structures... 2. Medial tibial…
1. midpatella >ASIS>tibial tubercle... 2. Men: 13, Women: 18°... 3.…
1. mild pain, swelling, little to near tear of ligament... 2. mo…
1. localized pain, min swelling & tenderness... 2. localized pai…
Where is compressed and stressed in Ge…
1. Lateral tibial condyle; medial structures... 2. Medial tibial…
How to measure Q-angle?... What is the no…
1. midpatella >ASIS>tibial tubercle... 2. Men: 13, Women: 18°... 3.…
46 terms
BOARDS: pharmacology, terminology, orthotics, prosthetics
Nonopioid agents:... a. action... b. promote…
Opioid agents (narcotics):... a. action... b…
Glucocorticoid agents (corticosteroids…
Disease-modifying Antirheumatic agents…
a. analgesia, pain relief, anti-inflammatory, reduce fever.…
a. analgesia for acute severe pain by stimulating opioid rece…
a. hormonal, anti-inflammatory and metabolic effects, suppres…
a. slow or halt progression of rheumatic disease by modifying…
Nonopioid agents:... a. action... b. promote…
a. analgesia, pain relief, anti-inflammatory, reduce fever.…
Opioid agents (narcotics):... a. action... b…
a. analgesia for acute severe pain by stimulating opioid rece…
10 terms
Shoe or Orthotic Corrections Terminology
Metatarsal bar
Cookie (pad)
Excavation
Interim Shoe
any bar of rubber, leather, or synthetic material applied tra…
Small metatarsal support pad. Commercially available in numer…
A depression or dell created in the orthosis or insole to red…
Medically indicated temporary shoe that permits ambulation an…
Metatarsal bar
any bar of rubber, leather, or synthetic material applied tra…
Cookie (pad)
Small metatarsal support pad. Commercially available in numer…
15 terms
Orthotics
Parapodium
Reciprocating Gait Orthosis
Hip-Knee-Ankle-Foot Orthosis
Knee-Ankle-Foot Orthosis
a parapodium is a standing frame designed to allow a patient…
Reciprocating gait orthoses are a derivative of the HKAFO and…
A hip-knee-ankle-foot orthosis is indicated for patients with…
A knee-ankle-foot orthosis provides support and stability to…
Parapodium
a parapodium is a standing frame designed to allow a patient…
Reciprocating Gait Orthosis
Reciprocating gait orthoses are a derivative of the HKAFO and…
21 terms
Hand Orthotics
Articular Splints
Non-articular splints
Terminology used in naming splints
Purpose of splint
Most common... Cross a joint or a series of joints
Do not cross a joint... Stabilize the body segment to which they…
1. Location... 2. Direction - refers to primary direction of the…
1. immobilize a structure... 2. Mobilize a tissue... 3. Restrict an…
Articular Splints
Most common... Cross a joint or a series of joints
Non-articular splints
Do not cross a joint... Stabilize the body segment to which they…
128 terms
Orthotics
When talking about orthoses, all of th…
L codes are
SO
3 types of mobilizing orthoses
d.
L codes describe orthoses by identifying what body part they…
Shoulder Orthosis
dynamic, serial statics, static progressive
When talking about orthoses, all of th…
d.
L codes are
L codes describe orthoses by identifying what body part they…
Orthotics
What is Orthosis
What is an Orthotist
What is the objective/functions of Ort…
What is the terminology of Orthosis
-An external appliance worn to restrict or assist motion... -To…
-A health care professional who designs, fabricates, and fits…
-Stabilize one or more joints... -Immobilize one or more joints…
-An Orthosis is named by the joints it encompasses and the ty…
What is Orthosis
-An external appliance worn to restrict or assist motion... -To…
What is an Orthotist
-A health care professional who designs, fabricates, and fits…
30 terms
Orthotics
Team approach
process
assessment
purpose
physician, orthotist, PT, caregiver/child
1. IE... 2. goal setting... 3. component ID... 4. select orthoses desi…
consider age, weight, diagnosis... assess structural alignment…
protect integrity of foot mechanics... prevent future orthopedic…
Team approach
physician, orthotist, PT, caregiver/child
process
1. IE... 2. goal setting... 3. component ID... 4. select orthoses desi…
20 terms
Orthotics Exam 4
field or science of making attachments…
True or False: Plastic orthotic device…
to stabilize the lumbar spine. Often w…
Orthosis to stabilize thoracolumbarsac…
orthotics
false, ... less expensive
LS corset/brace
TLSO
field or science of making attachments…
orthotics
True or False: Plastic orthotic device…
false, ... less expensive
Orthotics in the Management of Hand Dysfunction
Splint Categories
articular
non-articular
Terminology Used in Naming Splints
Articular Splints... Non-articular Splints
Most common type... Cross a joint or series of joints.... Example -…
Do not cross a joint... Stabilize the body segment to which they…
location... direction
Splint Categories
Articular Splints... Non-articular Splints
articular
Most common type... Cross a joint or series of joints.... Example -…
105 terms
Prosthetics and orthotics
orthosis
prothesis
CPO responsibilities
O & P assistant
an external appliance worn to restrict or assist motion or to…
a replacement of all or part of the arm or leg
pt assessment, formulation of treatment plan, patient follow…
practice under guidance of CPO ... asset with O&P produces and t…
orthosis
an external appliance worn to restrict or assist motion or to…
prothesis
a replacement of all or part of the arm or leg
78 terms
P&O Ankle and Foot Orthotics
What is an Orthosis?
2730-2625 BC
370 BC
131-201
-Greek "otrho"... ~straight, upright, correct... -orthosis ≠ brace…
-a device to stabilize the knee joint was found.... ~bundles of…
Hippocrates used splints on the leg, avoiding placement of pr…
Galen used dynamic orthoses for scoliosis and kyphosis
What is an Orthosis?
-Greek "otrho"... ~straight, upright, correct... -orthosis ≠ brace…
2730-2625 BC
-a device to stabilize the knee joint was found.... ~bundles of…
Prosthetics and Orthotics Quiz 1 (Lectures 1-3)
Orthotic is a/n (adjective/verb/noun)
Orthosis(es) is a/n (adjective/verb/no…
What do you call a person who makes or…
leg devices from distal to proximal
adjective
noun
orthotist
FO, AFO, KAFO, HO, HKAFO
Orthotic is a/n (adjective/verb/noun)
adjective
Orthosis(es) is a/n (adjective/verb/no…
noun
34 terms
Orthotics Lecture (Unit III, Lecture 1)
What is orthotics?
What is an orthosis/what are orthoses?
What is an orthotist?
What was the earliest use of orthoses?
the study/practice of design and fabrication of orthoses
A device, appliance, or brace designed to protect, provide su…
A member of the rehab team who designs, makes, and fits ortho…
27-50 BC in Egypt; used to relieve painful joints
What is orthotics?
the study/practice of design and fabrication of orthoses
What is an orthosis/what are orthoses?
A device, appliance, or brace designed to protect, provide su…
15 terms
Medical Terminology #11 (Numb-Patella)
Numb
Ology
Oma
Ophthamologist
lacking in feeling, insensible
suffix pertaining to "the study of", knowledge, or "science o…
Suffix denoting a tumor or swelling (hematOMA)
physician who specializes in treatment of eye disorders
Numb
lacking in feeling, insensible
Ology
suffix pertaining to "the study of", knowledge, or "science o…
16 terms
Medical Terminology
Feeding Tube
Bolus Feeding
MIC-KEY button
TBI
A feeding tube is a device placed directly into the stomach t…
A bolus feeding is a feeding given through a feeding tube all…
A MIC-KEY lies flat on the stomach. It resembles the inflatio…
TBI stands for traumatic brain injury. This is the result of…
Feeding Tube
A feeding tube is a device placed directly into the stomach t…
Bolus Feeding
A bolus feeding is a feeding given through a feeding tube all…
6 terms
Ligaments of The Spine
Anterior longitudinal ligament
Posterior longitudinal ligament
Ligamentum flavum
Interspinous ligament
attachments- to anterior surfaces of vertebral bodies and int…
attachments- to posterior surfaces of vertebral bodies and in…
attachments- interconnect adjacent laminae; resist terminal f…
attachments- interconnect adjacent spinous processes
Anterior longitudinal ligament
attachments- to anterior surfaces of vertebral bodies and int…
Posterior longitudinal ligament
attachments- to posterior surfaces of vertebral bodies and in…
5 terms
Ligaments of Knee & Leg
Medial Collateral
Fibular Collateral
ACL
PCL
attachments- from the medial epicondyle of the femur to the m…
attachments- from the lateral epicondyle of the femur to the…
attachments- from the medial part of the anterior intercondyl…
attachments- from the posterior intercondylar area of the tib…
Medial Collateral
attachments- from the medial epicondyle of the femur to the m…
Fibular Collateral
attachments- from the lateral epicondyle of the femur to the…
Medical Terminology Chapter 3 Spelling
arthrodesis
arthroscopy
cranioplasty
kyphosis
arthrodesis
arthroscopy
cranioplasty
kyphosis
arthrodesis
arthrodesis
arthroscopy
arthroscopy
Skeletal System: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures
arthrogram
arthrography
bone scan
myelography
arthr/o = joint... -gram = record... a radiograph of a joint taken…
arthr/o = joint... -graphy = process of recording... taking x-ray…
Procedure in which a radioactive substance is injected intrav…
myel/o = bone marrow... -graphy = process of recording... a radiog…
arthrogram
arthr/o = joint... -gram = record... a radiograph of a joint taken…
arthrography
arthr/o = joint... -graphy = process of recording... taking x-ray…
6 terms
Ligaments of Shoulder
Coracoclavicular ligament
Acromioclavicular ligament
Coracoacromial ligament
Coracohumeral ligament
function- stabilizes acromioclavicular joint limiting medial…
unction- stabilizes acromioclavicular joint... attachments- from…
function- prevents the superior displacement of the humeral h…
function- reinforces superoanterior joint capsule ... attachment…
Coracoclavicular ligament
function- stabilizes acromioclavicular joint limiting medial…
Acromioclavicular ligament
unction- stabilizes acromioclavicular joint... attachments- from…
30 terms
Medical Terminology Skeletal System (Week 4)
carpals, carp/o
clavicle, clavicul/o
cranium, crani/o
femur, femor/o
bones of the wrist
collar bone
skull
thigh bone
carpals, carp/o
bones of the wrist
clavicle, clavicul/o
collar bone
5 terms
Medical Specialties Related to Skeletal System 1/3/16
Chiropractic
Orthopedics
Orthotics (Orthotist)
Podiatry (Podiatrist)
emphasis on medical treatment of musculoskeletal conditions a…
branch of medicine treating muscloskeletal system (is an M.D.…
healthcare professional who specializes in making appliances…
specializes in diagnosis and treatment of conditions of feet…
Chiropractic
emphasis on medical treatment of musculoskeletal conditions a…
Orthopedics
branch of medicine treating muscloskeletal system (is an M.D.…
5 terms
Posture
Plumb line
Kyphosis-lordosis posture
Flat-back posture
Sway-back posture
o Slightly posterior to coronal suture... o Through the external…
Head is too far forward... Neck has an increased curve... Shoulders…
Head is too far forward... Neck has an increased curve... Shoulders…
Head is too far forward... Neck has an increased curve... Shoulders…
Plumb line
o Slightly posterior to coronal suture... o Through the external…
Kyphosis-lordosis posture
Head is too far forward... Neck has an increased curve... Shoulders…
13 terms
Ch. 1 Fundamentals of Orthotic Fabrication (Introduction to Orthoses)
CMS... Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Se…
CPT... Current Procedural Terminology
DME... Durable Medical Equipment
DMEPOS... Durable Medical Equipment, Pros…
federal agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human…
this refers to a number/code assigned to the majority of task…
term used to describe any medical equipment used in the home…
durable medical equipment is often referred to as DMEPOS beca…
CMS... Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Se…
federal agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human…
CPT... Current Procedural Terminology
this refers to a number/code assigned to the majority of task…
Skeletal system vocab
kyphosis
lordosis
orthopedics
orthotic
abnormal increase in curve of thoracic spine, humback
abnormal increase of forward curvature of lumbar spine, swayb…
branch of medicine specializing in diagnosis and treatment of…
brace or splint used to prevent or correct deformities, speci…
kyphosis
abnormal increase in curve of thoracic spine, humback
lordosis
abnormal increase of forward curvature of lumbar spine, swayb…
18 terms
Some Goniometry
Forearm - pronation goniometry
Forearm - supination goniometry
Wrist - flexion goniometry
Wrist - extension goniometry
♣ Axis: lateral to the ulnar styloid process... ♣ Stationary arm…
♣ Axis: medial to the ulnar styloid process... ♣ Stationary arm:…
♣ Axis: lateral aspect of the wrist over the triquetrum... ♣ Sta…
♣ Axis: lateral aspect of the wrist over the triquetrum... ♣ Sta…
Forearm - pronation goniometry
♣ Axis: lateral to the ulnar styloid process... ♣ Stationary arm…
Forearm - supination goniometry
♣ Axis: medial to the ulnar styloid process... ♣ Stationary arm:…
8 terms
Some terminology
Sprain
Sprain Grade 1
Sprain Grade 2
Sprain Grade 3
acute injury of ligament
mild pain and swelling, little to no tear of the ligament
moderate pain and swelling, minimal instability of the joint,…
severe pain and swelling, substantial joint instability, tota…
Sprain
acute injury of ligament
Sprain Grade 1
mild pain and swelling, little to no tear of the ligament
Chapter 3.10 Medical Specialties
chiropractor
orthopedic surgeon (aka orthopedist)
orthotics
osteopathic physician
specializes in manipulative treatments of disorders originati…
specializes in diagnosing and treating diseases and disorders…
knowledge relating to making and fitting of orthopedic applia…
specializes in treating health problems by manipulation or tr…
chiropractor
specializes in manipulative treatments of disorders originati…
orthopedic surgeon (aka orthopedist)
specializes in diagnosing and treating diseases and disorders…
The skeletal system: Pathology
chiropractic
orthopedics
orthotics
podiatry
-ic = pertaining to... The healing specialty that emphasizes a…
orth/o = straight... ped/o = child; foot... -ic = pertaining to... b…
orth/o = straight... -tic = pertaining to... Use of equipment, su…
pod/o = foot... -iatry = medical treatment... healthcare professi…
chiropractic
-ic = pertaining to... The healing specialty that emphasizes a…
orthopedics
orth/o = straight... ped/o = child; foot... -ic = pertaining to... b…
9 terms
Biomechanics - Elbow Joint
Humeroulnar joint - describe
Humeroradial joint - describe
Proximal radioulnar joint - describe
Distal radioulnar joint - describe
trochlea articulates with proximal ulna
distal end of humerus (capitulum) articulates with concave ov…
Medial radius (convex) articulates with radial notch
Convex ulna articulates with concave radius => opposite to pr…
Humeroulnar joint - describe
trochlea articulates with proximal ulna
Humeroradial joint - describe
distal end of humerus (capitulum) articulates with concave ov…
13 terms
AT 2356 Ch18 Key Terminology
Stance phase
Swing phase
Metatarsalgia
Neuroma
From initial contact to toe-off
Period of non-weight bearing
Pain in the ball of the foot
A bulging that emanates from a nerve
Stance phase
From initial contact to toe-off
Swing phase
Period of non-weight bearing
25 terms
Chapter 3 Ehrlich The Skeletal System
-desis
-lysis
-um
ankyl(o)-
surgical fixation of bone or joint
loosening or setting free
noun ending
crooked, bent or stiff
-desis
surgical fixation of bone or joint
-lysis
loosening or setting free
47 terms
Chpt 5- Skeletal and Muscular System (treatments and procedures)
Arthrocentesis
Arthroclasia
Arthrodesis
Arthrogram
Surgical puncture of a joint to aspirate fluids from the syno…
Breaking of an abnormally stiff joint during surgery to incre…
Surgical fixation of a joint
X-ray film of a joint after injection of air, contrast media,…
Arthrocentesis
Surgical puncture of a joint to aspirate fluids from the syno…
Arthroclasia
Breaking of an abnormally stiff joint during surgery to incre…
53 terms
3 Skeletal System Vocab
ankylo
arthro
chondro
costo
crooked, (bent), stiff
joint
cartilage
rib
ankylo
crooked, (bent), stiff
arthro
joint
17 terms
Med Term Chp 14 Complementary Terms not built from word parts
chiropodist
podiatrist
chiropodist, podiatrist
chiropractic
also called a podiatrist
also called a chiropodist
specialist in treating and diagnosing diseases and disorders…
system of treatment that consists of manipulation of the vert…
chiropodist
also called a podiatrist
podiatrist
also called a chiropodist
23 terms
Med Term Chapter 3 Spelling Words
chondroplasty
orthotic
diaphysis
synovitis
the surgical repair of cartilage
a mechanical appliance, like a splint or leg brace, that is d…
the shaft of a long bone
inflammation of the synovial membrane that results in swellin…
chondroplasty
the surgical repair of cartilage
orthotic
a mechanical appliance, like a splint or leg brace, that is d…
53 terms
chapter 14 musculoskeletal system vocab not built from word parts
ankylosing spondylitis
bunion
carpal tunnel syndrome
Colles fracture
form of arthritis that first affects the spine and adjacent s…
abnormal prominence of the joint at the base of the great toe…
common nerve entrapment disorder of the wrist caused by compr…
type of wrist fracture at the distal end of the radius, where…
ankylosing spondylitis
form of arthritis that first affects the spine and adjacent s…
bunion
abnormal prominence of the joint at the base of the great toe…
17 terms
Chapter 14 - Special Topics (Rehabilitation Services)
Activities of Daily Living
Fine motor skills
Gait
Lower extremity
ADL; Activities usually performed in the course of a normal d…
Use of precise and coordinated movements in such activities s…
Manner of walking
LE; Refers to one of the legs
Activities of Daily Living
ADL; Activities usually performed in the course of a normal d…
Fine motor skills
Use of precise and coordinated movements in such activities s…
218 terms
Medical Terminology - A Living Language - Chapter 4
Chiropractic
orthopedics
orthotics
podiatry
Uses manipulation of vertebral column. Healthcare profession…
Medical doctors who treat musculoskeletal system. Branch of m…
Fitting of braces and splits . Healthcare profession speciali…
Specialty that treats disorders of feet . Healthcare professi…
Chiropractic
Uses manipulation of vertebral column. Healthcare profession…
orthopedics
Medical doctors who treat musculoskeletal system. Branch of m…
53 terms
Plan - Drugs, bones, joints, muscles
analgesic
antiarthritic
anti-flammatory
antipyretic
a drug that relieves pain
a drug that opposes joint inflammation
a drug that opposes inflammation
a drug that opposes fever
analgesic
a drug that relieves pain
antiarthritic
a drug that opposes joint inflammation
6 terms
Joint Classification
Fibrous Joints (synarthroses)
Cartilaginous Joints (amphiarthrosis)
Synovial Joints (diarthrosis)
Uniaxial joint
o Suture: union of two bones by ligament or membrane; immovab…
o Synchondrosis: hyaline cartilage, may ossify, provides stab…
Contains joint cavity, synovial membrane, synovial fluid, and…
♣ Uniaxial joint - one motion around a single axis in one pla…
Fibrous Joints (synarthroses)
o Suture: union of two bones by ligament or membrane; immovab…
Cartilaginous Joints (amphiarthrosis)
o Synchondrosis: hyaline cartilage, may ossify, provides stab…
35 terms
COC_CH01_Department Terminology and Abbreviations
COC
ASC
APC
E/M
certified outpatient coder
ambulatory surgical center
ambulatory payment classification
evaluation and management
COC
certified outpatient coder
ASC
ambulatory surgical center
Mastering Medical Language (Homonyms)
Accept
Except
Adenocyst
Adenosis
To receive willingly; to agree to
To take out or leave out; not including; other than
An adenoma in which there is cyst formation
Any disease of the glands; the abnormal development or format…
Accept
To receive willingly; to agree to
Except
To take out or leave out; not including; other than
29 terms
Diagnostic procedures and treatment of skeleton
Bone marrow transplant
Allogenic bone marrow transplant
Autologous bone marrow transplant
Orthotic
Used to treat certain types of cancers
Uses healthy bone marrow from a donor
Uses patients own bone marrow cells which have been harvested…
Mechanical appliance such as a brace or a splint
Bone marrow transplant
Used to treat certain types of cancers
Allogenic bone marrow transplant
Uses healthy bone marrow from a donor
77 terms
Ch 14 Musculoskeletal System book terms
Osteopathic physician
Physiatrists
orthopedic technologists
orthotists
DO, extra specialty in musculoskeletal system
specialize in physical medicine and rehabilitation
assist orthopedic surgeons
make and fit orthotics
Osteopathic physician
DO, extra specialty in musculoskeletal system
Physiatrists
specialize in physical medicine and rehabilitation
29 terms
Medical Terminology Chapter 4
femoral
patellar
costal
mandibular
pertaining to thigh
pertaining to knee cap
pertaining to rib
pertaining to lower jaw
femoral
pertaining to thigh
patellar
pertaining to knee cap
30 terms
Medical Terminology
Gastritis
Tapeworm infection
proctologist
antihistamine
stomach lining is inflamed
Live tapeworm larvae (coenuri) are sometimes ingested by cons…
Colorectal surgery is a field in medicine, dealing with disor…
...
Gastritis
stomach lining is inflamed
Tapeworm infection
Live tapeworm larvae (coenuri) are sometimes ingested by cons…
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