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An injury with sudden onset and short duration.
wasting away of tissue or of an organ; decrease in size of a body part or muscle
force on a horizontal beam or bone that places stresses within the structure, causing it to bend or strain
A bursa is a closed, fluid-filled sac that works as a cushion and gliding surface to reduce friction between tissues of the body. (had to look up)
inflammation of bursae at sites of bony prominences between muscle and tendon such as those of the shoulder and knee.
injury with long onset and long duration.
alternating involuntary muslce contraction and relaxation in quick succession
the bone breaks but there is no puncture or open wound in the skin.(had to look up)
force that crushes tissue.
an abnormal and usually permanent contraction of a muscle.(had to look up)
the action of bruising.(had to look up)
crackling sound heard during the movement of ends of a broken bone.
A change from the normal size or shape of an anatomic structure due to mechanical forces that distort an otherwise normal structure.(had to look up)
delayed onset muscle soreness
muscle pain that begins after working out.(had to look this one up)
seperation(had to look up)
a displacement of a part from its normal position(had to look up)
black and blue skin discoloration caused by hemorrhage.
swelling as a result of the collection of fluid in connective tissue
the tendency of a body to return to its original shape after it has been stretched or compressed(had to look up)
A pool of mostly clotted blood that forms in an organ, tissue, or body space(had to look up)
outside force or forces acting on the tissue
elastic limits of tissue are exceeded, causing tissue to break
a sudden and involuntary contraction of one or more muscles (had to look up)
he state when muscles are held in a partial state of readiness to act(had to look up)
myositis marked by ossification of muscles
inflammation of a nerve
mild injury to a peripheral nerve or nerves(had to look up)
The bone pokes through the skin and can be seen, or a deep wound exposes the bone through the skin.(had to look up)
chronic disease involving joints in which there is destruction of articular or hyaline cartilage and bony overgrowth.
bone producing cells.
force that moves across the parallel organization of the tissue.
injury to the ligaments around a joint.(had to look up)
the feeling that the motion of a joint is limited or difficult.(had to look up)
partial or incomplete dislocation of an articulation.
inflammation of a tendon.
degeneration of the tendon in response to chronic overuse.(had to look up)
fibrous collagen tissue attaching a muscle to a bone.(had to look up)
inflammation of a tendon synovial sheath.
force that pulls or stretches tissue.
rigid muscle contraction that lasts over a period of time.
act or state of being twisted.
a physical injury or wound sustained in sport and produced by an external or internal force.
any material with dual properties having a fluid's viscosity and elasticity of a gel or a solid.
elastic limit of tissue.