Disorder of skeleton and joints, Biology

DISORDER OF SKELETON AND JOINTS -

1.      Sprain - It involves a stretching or tearing of tendons or ligaments.

2.      Arthritis - It is infalmation of joints.

3.      Dislocation - Displacement of bones from their original position at a joint.

4.      Slipped disc - It is a displacement of vertebrae and epiphysis from their normal position.

5.      Fracture - It is a break of a bone. Bone fracture are of various types.

6.      Bursitis - It is inflammation of the bursae present in the joints.   

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