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Rotation of the arms so the palms face down
Suffix for constriction or narrowing (last 8 letters)
Relating to the same side to which a condition is present
Towards the side (away from the midline)
Muscle which brace intermediate joint and facilitate the action of the prime mover
Type of synovial joint at radius and scaphoid and lunate bones of the wrist (biaxial(around 2 axes, up and down and side to side))
Type of fibrous tissue found in ligaments and tendons around muscle and bone
Further from the surface of the body
Factors outside of the body responsible for an injury
Narrowing the angle of a joint
Cells responsible for the formation of bones in the body
Midsection or shaft of a long bone
Rounded end of a long bone
Rotation of a limb so that the anterior surface faces away from the midline of the body
Rotation of the arms so the palms face up
Type of synovial joint at Trochlea of humerus and trochlear notch of ulna
Close to the surface of the body
Relating to the side opposite to which a condition is present
Type of synovial joint at head of humerus and shoulder
Increasing the angle of a joint
Muscle that aids or assists the agonist
Bending of the trunk or neck to one side
Factors within the body which are responsible for an injury
Divides the body into right and left halves (imaginary)
Type of joint at trapezium of carpus and metacarpal of thumb (Biaxial (side to side and up and down))
Type of joint where bones are held together by fibrous connective tissue
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Type of fibrous tissue found in ligament flava and walls of arteries
Type of joints where bones are held together by cartilage
Type of involuntary muscle which lies on walls of blood vessels, hollow organs
The prime mover
Closer to the point of attachment of the origin of the bone
Cells responsible for the breakdown and reabsorbtion of bone
Movement of a body segment towards the body
Closer to the head
Furthest from the head
Type of synovial joint at head of radius and radial notch of ulna (Rotational movement)
Rotation of a limb so that the anterior surface comes to face the midline of the body
Opposite to prime mover, restricts movement
Movement of a body segment away from the body
Outer layer of a bone
Towards the front of the body
Heart muscle which is not under voluntary control
Type of muscle which is under voluntary control and attaches to bone, skin, deep fascia and other muscles
Towards the midline
Divides the body into upper and lower halves (imaginary)
Suffix for inflammation (last 4 letters)
Towards the back of the body
Type of joints where bones forming the joint have a synovial cavity
Suffix for abnormal condition (last 4 letters)
Suffix for a cell (last 4 letters)
Divides the body into anterior and posterior halves (imaginary)
Further from the point of origin of the bone

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