Stress, Trauma, & Infection

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fibromyalgia

widespread non-articular pain of the torso, extremities, and face

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myofibrosis

tissue is replaced by fibrous tissue

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myasthenia gravis

fatigue and muscle weakness resulting from a defect in the conduction of nerve impulses

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dislocation

the displacement of a bone, usually from sudden injury

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sprain

injury to a joint that causes pain and disability, with the severity depending on the degree of injury to ligaments or tendons

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strain

excessive use of a part of the body to the extent that it is injuredor trauma to a muscle caused by violent contraction or excessive forcible stretch

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myocele

a condition in which muscle protrudes through its fascial covering

also called fascial hernia

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tendonitis

tendinitis

inflammation of a tendon

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herniated disk

disks between vertebrae become diseased and sometimes rupture which can press on the spinal cord or on a spinal nerve, causing pain sometimes called slipped disk

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paraplegia

paralysis of the lower portion of the body and of both legs

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quadriplegia

tetraplegia

paralysis of the arms and legs

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paresis

motor weakness or partial paralysis

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paraparesis

partial paralysis of the lower limbs

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quadriparesis

tetraparesis

partial paralysis that affects all four limbs

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compound fracture

bone broken, and protrudes through opening in the skin

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simple fracture

bone broken, but does not protrude through the skin

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cellulitis

acute spreading inflammation of the deep subcutaneous tissues

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myocellulitis

acute spreading inflammation of the deep subcutaneous tissues and involving muscle

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osteitis

inflammation of a bone, may be caused by infection, degeneration, or trauma

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osteomyelitis

an infection of the bone and bone marrow and is caused by infectious microorganisms

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osteochondritis

inflammation of bone and cartilage and tends to attack the bone forming (ossification) centers of the skeleton