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Unformatted text preview: 2. potency & efficacy 3. absorption & bioavailability 4. steroid & NSAID 5. agonist & antagonist (as they pertain to pharmacology, not kinesiology) 6. sign & symptom 7. modifiable & nonmodifiable risk factors 8. complication & sequelae 9. indication & contraindication 10. acute, subacute, & chronic 11. diagnosis & prognosis 12. transudate & exudate 13. acidosis & alkalosis Define each of the following according to the Nagi Disablement Model and give an example of each. 14. pathology 15. impairment 16. functional limitation 17. disability (handicap) 18. Define inflammation and tell why our bodies must go through it after trauma. 19. List & describe the stages of inflammation. 20. List the 4 cardinal signs/symptoms of inflammation....
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