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  1. allogenic
  2. Landmarks of Bones: process
  3. hemopoietic
  4. chondr/o
  5. Synovial Joints: Ball and socket joints
  1. a such as the hips and shoulders, allow a wide range of movement in many directions
  2. b Cartilage (type of connective tissue)
  3. c originating within another
  4. d is a normal projection on the surface of a
    bone that serves as an attachment for muscles and tendons. For example, the mastoid process is the bony projection located on temporal bones just behind the ears
  5. e pertaining to the formation of blood or blood cells

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. abnormal lateral curvature of the spine (S-shaped curve)
  2. A minimally invasive procedure performed to treat osteoporosis-related compression fractures of the spine.
  3. the surgical removal of a synovial membrane from a joint
  4. surgical fusion of a joint
  5. joints, limbs

5 True/False Questions

  1. The Tissues of Bone: endosteumlighter, and not as strong, as compact bone. This type of bone is commonly found in the ends
    and inner portions of long bones such as the femur. Red bone marrow is located within this spongy bone.

          

  2. acetabulumthe cup-shaped hollow in the hipbone into which the head of the femur fits to form a ball-and-socket joint

          

  3. The Tissues of Bone: Spongy bonelighter, and not as strong, as compact bone. This type of bone is commonly found in the ends
    and inner portions of long bones such as the femur. Red bone marrow is located within this spongy bone.

          

  4. spiral fractureragged break occurs when excessive twisting forces are applied to a bone

          

  5. Jointswhich are also known as articulations, are the
    place of union between two or more bones. Joints are classified according to either their construction or based on the degree of movement they allow.

          

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