- Latin mūsculus, muscle; see muscle + skeletal. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in musculoskeletal research and orthopedic surgery; Rhodes, Truman and Goldwater Scholar.”
“Now, a team of researchers led by Kanav Kahol of Arizona State University is engaged in a project to determine the effects of long-term musculoskeletal stresses multi-touch devices place on us.”
“Their conclusion is that the intensity of the sport exacerbated the risk of long-term musculoskeletal damage.”
“As David indicated, we would define as the musculoskeletal market in China right now sort of we see it around $1 billion.”
“Most radiologists also continue their training with another year of Fellowship in a sub-specialty such as musculoskeletal imaging, neuroradiology, gastroenterology, etc.”
“Domestic work is less rewarding than working outside the home, and leads to a greater prevalence of non-fatal diseases such as musculoskeletal problems and depression.”
“About 60 percent of the costs paid by the state insurance plan are for the treatment of a short list of health conditions, such as musculoskeletal, circulatory, digestive, and other chronic problems, according to the report.”
“I'm just blown away by the audacity the team has to toss around the word "musculoskeletal" and expect us to go along with it.”
“The book is subdivided into ten sections, such as musculoskeletal, thoracic, gastrointestinal, cardiovascular and breast imaging.”
“But unlike employer groups who say the proposal was in effect creating a new definition of what constitutes a musculoskeletal disorder, OSHA officials say the change would have simply required businesses to place a check mark in a newly added column for all musculoskeletal disorders.”
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