5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Healing process of fracture
- Opterator foramen
- Epiphyseal Line
- a biggest foramen in body
- b Responsible for a bone growing lengthwise
- c attach muscle to bone
- d procedure for examining the interior of a joint, usually the knee. used to determine the extent of damage, remove torn cartilage, repair cruciate ligaments, and obtain samples for analysis
- e Hematoma, granulation tissue, callus formation, ossification
5 Multiple choice questions
- held together by dense connective tissue, no synovial cavity. Holds bones together and allows little to no movement.
- consists mainly of adipocytes, which store triglycerides
- Tough connection tissue membrane that covers the bone, responsible for bone growth.
- movement away from midline of the body
- hyaline cartilage attached to articular bone surfaces
5 True/False questions
Cartilaginous Joints → the bones are held together by cartilage, allows little to no movement.
Adduction → Movement toward the median plane of the body
Dislocation → a bone revolves around its own longitudinal axis, just as pivot and ball-and-socket joints
Calcium, Potassium, Magnesium, Fluoride → Hematoma, granulation tissue, callus formation, ossification
Rotation → Structural unit of compact bone