4.)Patients that experience paralysis in the lower part of their bodies and require the use of adaptive wheelchairs are experiencing a type of paralysis known as: paraplegia 5.)A normal process of aging in which muscles lose strength and mass that can be improved by exercise regimens and that can slow the process is called: sarcopenia 6.)Stroke victims that experience paralysis on only the left side of their body suffer from this type of condition: hemiplegia 7.)Dyskinesia is the distortion or impairment of: voluntary movement 8.)An inflammation on the plantar fascia on the sole of the foot is called: plantar fasciitis 9.)What does the term epicondylitis mean? Inflammation of the tissue surrounding the 10.) The sudden, involuntary jerking of a muscle or group of muscles is referred to as: 11.)A condition in which a person experiences slight paralysis or weakness affecting one side of the body is known as: hemiparesis 12.) What is the name of the paralysis that results in partial or total loss of all movement in the limbs and torso? Quadriplegia 13.)This is the condition that occurs when there is a lack of muscle coordination during voluntary movement. 14.) A __________ is the protrusion of muscle substance through a tear in the fascia surrounding it. 15.)When a foot bends upward at the ankle this movement is known as: Lab Activity #1
1.What is dyskinesia? 2.What is the definition of myoclonus? 3.What is the meaning of the word root/ combining form my/o? 4.What does bradykinesia mean? 5.What is fibromyalgia syndrome? A debilitating chronic condition 6.What form of debilitation is associated with hemiparesis?
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