musculoskeletal system

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musculoskeletal system

all of the muscles, bones, joints, and related structures, such as the tendons and connective tissue, that function in the movement of body parts and organs. See also the Color Atlas of Human Anatomy pp. A8-A11.

musculoskeletal system

the basis of locomotion in vertebrates, which is the contraction of MUSCLES against a skeleton.

musculoskeletal

pertaining to muscle and skeleton.

musculoskeletal system
the muscles and the skeleton.
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Diachkova GV: Roentgenopaque study of soft tissues in diseases of the locomotor system.
Bromelain in blunt injuries of the locomotor system -- a study of observed applications in general practice," Fortschr Med, 113: 303-306, 1995.
Numerous displays and preparations of skeletons in today's schoolbooks and museums show how patchy and in some aspects fundamentally incorrect the knowledge about the locomotor system was until now: The displays position the hip and shoulder joint of the animals on the same level.
The sixth edition of this color atlas of human anatomy focuses on the locomotor system and includes detailed charts of the musculoskeletal system as well as the peripheral nerves and blood vessels.
To use the human body in stability by thermovision dynamic studies it is necessary to analyze, in the first step of these researches, the anthropometrical dimensions of the locomotor system and make measurements on the body segments.
The supply of orthopedic implants for the Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology of Locomotor System Oncology, Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology, surgical implants for the Department of General Surgery and Hand Surgery and breast implants and expanders for the Department of Plastic Surgery, Endocrinology, and the General Teaching Hospital No.
The design of external prosthetic elements of locomotor system involves previously some complex kinematic and dynamic studies of the interested anatomical system.
He spent time on two Russian experiments, one that studies locomotor system disorders in weightlessness and one that studies the effect of spaceflight on the growth and development of plants.
The presence of the aftereffect indicates that the locomotor system adapted to the field by predictively canceling it, which is consistent with the use of an internal model.