The movement of a body part away from the middle of the body.
The Wearing away of the skin caused by friction.
A surgical procedure in which a body part is removed because it no longer has a use or is harmful to one’s health.
The front side of a body part.
A device inserted into a knee or ankle component used as a resistance or extension tool.
A chronic pain usually caused by an injury to a peripheral nerve.
Indicates that the body part has been completely removed.
Occurs to a fetus in the womb when fibrous bands tightly wrap around and sever the body part.
The removal of tissue from a wound.
The part of the body part farthest from the central area of the body.
The method of learning to walk with a prosthesis.
A prosthesis that combines two types of control in the same prosthesis.
A nerve ending which is left on the stump after an amputation and grows which grows abnormally.
A sock worn on the residual limb to prevent perspiration and add comfort.
Indicates that most of the body part has been severed but is still attached.
The feeling that the amputated portion of a limb is still attached to the body.
The back side of a body part.
Prosthesis-A device that takes the place of the amputated body part.
Closer to the central area of the body.
Range of motion-
The movement capability a limb has.
A surgical procedure in which a completely severed body part is reattached.
The portion of the limb that remains following an amputation.
Term used to refer to the residual limb after an amputation.
An unexpected amputation caused by an accident or injury which completely severs a body part.