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2.band of connective tissue that attaches bone to bone
4.sudden and involuntary muscular contraction
6.common muscle injuries caused by overuse or overstretching
8.the amount of movement in a joint. Distance and direction a joint can move to its full potential (3 Words)
12.type of connective tissue in the body. Provides strcuture and support to the body's other tissues.
13.the type of cartilage that is the strongest and most rigid.
14.characterized by chronic muscular fatigue brought on by the slightest exertion (2 Words)
16.type of soft tissue cord-like and attaches muscles to bone
19.therapist ask patient to make the limb under the test limp and not move or assist the therapist in the motion (2 Words)
20.muscle that performs a movement (2 Words)
21.type of muscle that are located at hollow organs, lacks visible striations, and produces peristalisis movements
22.the less movable attachment; usually the proximal attachment
23.type of cartilage that lines the bones in joints helping to articulate them smoothly
24.type of cartilahe that is more flexible than the other types. Found in outer ear and larynx
1.type of contaction where there is no change in muscle tension
3.asking a patient to move a limb in some sort of firection. usually done with a non dysfunctional limv first to see what rane to expect from dysfunctional limb (2 Words)
5.tearing of the ligaments around a joint
7.muscle that produces an opposite movement to that of the prime mover
9.group of disorders in which there is deterioration of muslces that still have intact nerve function (2 Words)
10.wasting or decrease in size of a muscle when it cannot be used
11.tests or isometric muscle contractions so the therapist can correctly evaluate proper function of the contractile tissues during movement. no active movement at joint during test (2 Words)
15.type of soft tissue thats name means "band". Its membranes are bands or sheets that support the organs and holds them in place
17.attached to bones, heavily striated, voluntary, produces movement at joints
18.type of contraction where tone/tension in a muscle remain the same but the muscle as a whole shortens, producing movement
21.outer layer made up of epithelial tissue and forms protective covering for the body and all organs

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