list some functions of the skeletal system
support, store CA+2 & P+
movement , store fat
protection, produce blood cells
List some factors that influence bone development, growth, and repair.
nutrition,exposure to sunlight, hormonal secrtion, phisical excersise
List the steps in the repair process of a simple fracture.
hematoma,fibro-cartalige formation, spongy cell formation, bone remolding
Name the two types ofboney tissue.
fracture where bone fragments into many
fracture in which broken bones ends are
forced into each other
an incomplete fracture or cracking of the
bone (common in children)
fracture caused by stress
fracture where ends of bone breaks the
fracture where break is protected by
T/F Bones are classified according to their size.
large cells involved in bone reabsorption
irregular lattice of thin columns of bone
found in spongy bone
mature cells that maintain the daily
metabolism of bone
cells that secrete the components required
to build bone
microscopic unit of compact bone tissue,cylinder-shaped
osteon (Haversian system)
interconnected tiny canals filled with
extracellular fluid; connect lacunae to each
other and to the central canal
Red marrow is found only in
Haversian systems are found only in
A bone is considered_.
Vertebrae are considered ___ bones, whereas ankle bones are considered ___
coxal bones are
There are no para-nasal sinuses in the ___ bone?
categorie of bones that are generally cube-shaped:
The patella is an example of a ___ bone.
causes decrease in bone mass
fibrous connective tissue covering bone
proximal and distal ends of bones
membrane lining the medullary cavity
bundle of collagen fibers that attach
periosteum to bone
perforating (Sharpey's fibers)
a remnant of the active epiphyseal plate
(bone has stopped growing)
triglyceride storage area
yellow bone marrow
red bone marrow
the space within the shaft of the bone that
contains yellow bone marrow
thin layer of hyaline cartilage covering the
ends of bones where they form a joint
The canal that runs through the core of each osteon contains
blood vessels and nerve fibers
unpaired facial bone:
The middle nasal conchae are found on the:
The foramen magnum passes through the
The mastoid process is a landmark on the___ bone.
There are___ lumbar vertebra; whereas there are ____ thoracic vertebra.
Only the ____ has an odontoid process
female pelvis when comparing it with the male pelvis
the distance between the female ischial spines is greater
The two largest foot bones are the
talus and calcaneus
A structure found on the femur is the:
Which bone or bones does/do not belong to the axial skeleton?
only unarticulated bone
a forearm bone
upper arm bone
lower jaw bone
upper jaw bone
first cervical vertebra
second cervical vertebra
what is a joint?
structural classification of joints divides the joints into three types. Name the types.
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The hip is a typical ___
A ___ functions to cushion articulating surfaces of bones.
The ___ joint includes a hinge joint and a gliding joint.
Shock absorption in a synovial joint is the function of the ___
T/F Most joints of the skeletal system are fibrous.
T/F The sutures of the cranium are slightly moveable cartilaginous joints
T/F The symphysis pubis is an example of a fibrous joint.
the___ is not an extreamly stable joint
T/F The patellar ligament connects the medial condyle of the femur to the medial condyle of the tibia.
Fibrocartilage that separates the articulating surfaces of bones in the knee.
Membrane that forms the inner lining of the capsule of a freely movable joint
Saclike, fluid-filled structure, lined with synovial membrane, near a joint.
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degenerative joint disease in which joint
cartilage is gradually lost
autoimmune disease causes inflammation
general term for inflammation of joints
bacterial infection from tick bite that
causes intermittent arthritis
uric acid accumulation in joints
overstreaching or tearing of the ligaments
inforcing a joint
displacement of a bone in a joint with
tearing of ligaments, tendons, and articular
examination of the interior of a joint with
fiber optic camera
inflammation of a bursa
connect bone to bone
connect muscles to bones
the ____ joint allows greater movement than the hip joint
T/F A condyloid joint allows only up-and-down motion in one plane.
Cord or sheet of connective tissue binding two or more bones at a joint.
movement that decreases the joint angle
movement that increases the joint angle
movement toward the midline
movement away from midline
turning palm downward
lowering a part
The largest and most complex synovial joint is the
The function of joints is to
allow movement in response to skeletal muscle contraction , permit bone growth
, bind parts of the skeletal system together
The function of articular cartilage is to
The rotator cuff of the shoulder is composed mainly of
tendons and fibrous connective tissue
A dislocation can be described as
the displacement of articulating bones of a joint
A fibrous joint in which the bones are bound together by an interosseous ligament is
joints of phlanges
joint between metacarpals and phalanges
atlas around the dens of the axis