Exam 2 Lecture 4 - 16:28 Exam2Lecture4:MusculoskeletalSystem

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16:28 Exam 2 Lecture 4: Musculoskeletal System Open reduction- opening the body to fix a specific problem Bone and Joint: Hippocratic Treatises – 5 th  and 4 th  BC o On joints o On fractures Did not know anatomy of organs but good knowledge on orthopaedics Reducing – Fractures, Dislocations and Subluxations: Dislocation (L. locus – place) Luxation (L. luxare – to dislocate) Subluxation (less than dislocated; partially dislocated) Hippocratic Bench: Used to relocate bones Easier than manual relocation Parts of a Long Bone: -physis – growth
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physi/o – nature o Physiatrist ( o Physician (study of nature; educated beyond normal) o Apophysis (bony growth away from a growth plate) N.B. phys/o – air or gas, ex. Physometra (gas in the uterus) Body Positions: Supine- laying on back Pronine- laying on stomach Right lateral recumbent – laying on right side
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Exam 2 Lecture 4 - 16:28 Exam2Lecture4:MusculoskeletalSystem

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