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|abnormality of conjunctiva
|connective or supportive tissue of an organ
|A muscle that moves a body part toward the midline or axis of the body.
|activities of daily living
|Abnormal involuntary movements of the limbs.
|Thick triangular muscle in the shoulder whose function is to abduct, flex, and extend the arm.
|deep tendon reflex
|Involuntary muscle movements of the face, trunk, neck and extremities and difficulty with voluntary movements. Often associated with the use of certain medications.
|A disorder characterized by involuntary muscle contractions that cause slow repetitive movements or abnormal postures.
|Tennis elbow. Occurs from partial or complete tears of the tendons of the forearm, or from overuse, a strain.
|Any muscle that extends a limb or other body part.
|Any muscle that causes a limb to bend.
|Swelling or tumor on a joint or tendon sheath due to trauma.
|Excessive movement of muscles of the body.
|A muscle whose origin and insertion are both in the same part or organ.
|Muscle contraction with negligible change in the force of contraction but shortening of the distance between the origin and insertion.
|Physical therapy used to treat chronic pain in the tissues that surround and support muscles.
|Originating in the muscles.
|Suture of muscle tissue or a muscle wound.
|The connective tissues and muscles that lie beneath and support the perineum and pelvis. It extends between the pubic bone anteriorly and the coccyx posteriorly.
|A doctor specializing in the physiological treatment of patients with conditions affecting movement. Often used in stroke rehabilitation.
|Inflammation of the muscles or associated tissues, such as the blood vessels that supply the muscles
|rest, ice, compression, elevation
|repetitive stress injury
|Infection of the striated muscle of mammals by parasites of the genus Sarcocystis. Often asymptomatic, but symptoms include vomiting, diarrhea, muscle weakness, and paralysis.
|A disease associated with aging resulting in loss of muscle mass and strength.
|The thin, long, diagonal, strap-like anterior thigh muscle extending from the pelvis to the calf of the leg.
|A very painful condition in which neck muscles contract involuntarily causing the head to twist, bend or rotate to one side.
|Involuntary shaking, quivering of body parts, commonly the extremities.