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PHYSIOLOGY OF THE SKELETON
ANATOMY OF THE JOINTS
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abdominal abnormality abscess acute arising artery articular surface attached become bladder blood body bone bowel brain called canal cartilage Cause cavity cells chronic commonest Complications condition contraction deformity disability disease duct Duration effect epididymis extensor external femur fibres fibrous fluid fracture frequently front give rise glands growth haemorrhage heart humerus Indefinite infection inflammation injury inner side internal internal ear intestine irritation joint kidney large number larynx layers lens ligament limbs liver lobe lower lungs lymph lymphatic middle ear movement mucous membrane muscles muscular nasal naso-pharynx neck nerve normal nose occurs operation organisms outer owing pain paralysis pass patient pelvis Poisoning posterior pyaemia retina ribs rupture scapula scarring secretion septic septicaemia Sequelae skin skull spinal cord stomach Symptoms synovial membrane syphilis temperature temporal bone tendon thorax thyroid tibia tissue tubercle tumour ulceration ulna upper urethra urine usually veins vertebrae vessels weeks wound wrist