Definition of musculoskeletal
: of, relating to, or involving both musculature and skeleton
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As our bodies age, the internal recovery process is slower, and cross-training allows us to continue to exercise by stressing different parts of our musculoskeletal system.
Similarly, mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) are thought to accelerate the healing process for musculoskeletal injuries.
Cats are slinky and athletic, and most people don’t think of them as prone to musculoskeletal problems.
The assistant has already learned 1,000 answers to common questions about 50 musculoskeletal conditions.
Musculoskeletal conditions such as arthritis, osteoporosis and injuries affect 50% of all American adults, according to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.
Common side effects include fever, infections, vomiting, headaches and musculoskeletal and abdominal pain.
These types of cells also secrete biological factors that initiate musculoskeletal tissue healing and regeneration.
Dentists dissect their heads and torsos, and physical therapists study their musculoskeletal systems.
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Medical Definition of musculoskeletal
: of, relating to, or involving both musculature and skeleton musculoskeletal defects the musculoskeletal organization of the arm
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