2c I would recommend to Carol she call her doctor for a second opinion on what

2c i would recommend to carol she call her doctor for

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2c) I would recommend to Carol she call her doctor for a second opinion on what to do for the pain and explain that she has been trying the PT and its not working. The second option could include a possible arthroscopy 3a) The major structures of the bone are tissues, cartilage, and bone marrow. The tissues of bone are broken down into Periosteum which is the outer hard tough part that forms the outermost covering the bone, Compact bone which is the dense hard part and very strong bone, Spongy bone which is lighter and not as strong as other parts of the bone is it commonly at the ends, Medullary cavity which is located inside the shaft of the long bone inside the compact bone, and Endosteum which is the tissue that lines the medullary cavity. Bone marrow is broken down into
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red bone marrow which is located within the spongy bone and yellow bone marrow which functions as a fat storage area. Cartilage which is the smooth blue-white connective tissue that acts a shock absorber between bones is broken down into foramen which is an opening in a bone through which blood vessels, nerves, and ligaments pass through, the meniscus which is the curved fibrous cartilage found in some joints and articular cartilage which covers the surface of the bones where they come together to form joints. Epiphysis is covered with articular cartilage and is the wider end of a long bone, Proximal epiphysis is the end of the bone located nearest to the mid-line and Distal epiphysis is the end of the bone located farthest away from the mid-line. 3b) Bursectomy: Meaning: Surgical Removal of a Bursa. burs-ectomy burs meaning the bursa and -ectomy meaning surgical removal of. Osteochondroma: Meaning: a tumorous bony projection covered with cartilage oste/o means bone, Chrondr means cartilage, -oma means tumor oste/o chonrd-oma Osteomalacia: oste/o-malacia meaning: Abnormal softening of bones. oste/o-malacia Oste/o means bone and –malacia means abnormal softening Periostitis: meaning: inflammation of the membrane surrounding the bone. peri ost-itis
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peri means surrounding, oste/o means bone, and –itis means inflammation Tendonitis: meaning: inflammation of a tendon tendon-itis tendon means tendon and –itis means inflammation Spondylosis: meaning: degenerative disorder that can cause the loss of normal spinal structure and function. spondyl-osis spondyl means vertebrae and –otis means abnormal condition or disease
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