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Part 1
Diseases and Disorders of the Musuloskeletal System
1-1 The Musculoskeletal System
1-2 Joint Pain
1-3 Specific Musculoskeletal Diseases
Part 2
Diseases and Disorders of the Feet
2-1 Skeletal and Muscular Structure of the Feet
2-2 Heel Disorders
2-3 Metatarsalgia Disorders
2-4 Arthritis of the Feet
2-5 Diseases and Deformities of the Feet
2-6 Prevention of Foot Problems

The Musuloskeletal System

The musculoskeletal system is composed of osseous (bone) tissue and muscle tissue. Both are essential parts of the complex structure that is the body. The skeletal system has a major role in the total structure of the body, but bones and joints alone cannot produce movement. Together, skeletal tissue and muscle tissue are important parts of the functioning of the body as a whole.


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Ancillary Content and Online Version: David L. Heiserman
Publisher: SweetHaven Publishing Services

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