Traducción de musculoskeletal en Español:

musculoskeletal

musculoesqueletal, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌməskjəloʊˈskɛlədl/ /ˌmʌskjʊləʊˈskɛlɪt(ə)l/

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    musculoesqueletal
    • The cardiovascular, abdominal, skin, musculoskeletal, and neurologic exams were all normal.
    • Additional questions should focus on any history of neurologic or musculoskeletal problems.
    • Tension-type headache may be stress related or associated with functional or structural cervical or cranial musculoskeletal abnormality.
    • The most common complaint is headache, followed by recurrent abdominal pain and musculoskeletal pain.
    • Topical agents can be useful in treating cutaneous and musculoskeletal pain.
    • His chest pain was worse with movement and pressure over the left upper chest and was obviously of musculoskeletal origin.
    • The link between musculoskeletal pain and systemic disturbance is often not made until the infection worsens, causing severe localised pain or refusal to weight bear.
    • The book is easy to read with sound and updated information covering all essential aspects of conventional radiology in musculoskeletal system.
    • The commonest reported problems are those of the musculoskeletal and cardiovascular systems.
    • Foot ulcers can be caused by arterial insufficiency, diabetes mellitus, neuropathy, musculoskeletal disorders, or injury.
    • Improper form can increase the stress on the musculoskeletal system and predispose the player to injury.
    • Leg length discrepancies have been implicated in a number of musculoskeletal hip and leg injuries.
    • An evaluation is necessary to determine if the pain is the result of a musculoskeletal injury or part of a systemic problem.
    • Fibromyalgia should be considered in any patient with musculoskeletal pain that is unrelated to a clearly defined anatomic lesion.
    • Rehabilitation of these patients is complicated by musculoskeletal pain, which occurs commonly in the incision site or the back.
    • Side effects included skin changes, transient headaches, hyperlipidemia, and musculoskeletal pains.
    • Recognition of the burden of musculoskeletal conditions will result in greater awareness of the pervasive effects they have on individuals and of their cost to society.
    • The performance of these tasks exposes nurses to increased risk for work-related musculoskeletal disorders.
    • Rates of early retirement were higher in jobs likely to involve more manual work (mostly because of musculoskeletal problems).
    • The incidence of deep musculoskeletal infection from open fractures has been reported to be as high as 23 percent.