musculoskeletal

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musculoskeletal

[muhs-kyuh-loh-skel-i-tl]
adjective
concerning, involving, or made up of both the muscles and the bones: the musculoskeletal system.

Origin:
1940–45; musculo- + skeletal

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musculoskeletal (ˌmʌskjʊləʊˈskɛlɪtəl)
 
adj
of or relating to the skeleton and musculature taken together

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musculoskeletal
1944, from comb. form of muscular + skeletal.
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Medical Dictionary

musculoskeletal mus·cu·lo·skel·e·tal (mŭs'kyə-lō-skěl'ĭ-tl)
adj.
Relating to or involving the muscles and the skeleton.

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Example sentences
In the end, it may be better to have a wide range of musculoskeletal efficiency.
Eccentric muscle contraction and other musculoskeletal injuries can contribute
  to the problem.
Results are mixed on whether ergonomic measures prevent musculoskeletal pain.
History and physical examination of the musculoskeletal system.
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