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Study guide Ch 7
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Formation of endochondral bone
Hyaline Cartlidge develops into the shape of the future bone.
Periosteum forms from ct on the outside of the developing bone.
Osteoblasts deposit Osseous tissue in place of disintegrating cartilage.
Bone cell surrounded by matrix
The zygomatic arch is composed of processes of...
The zygomatic and temporal bones
Coxal bones include:
Ilium ischium & pubis
Red bone marrow functions in the formation of...
Red and white blood cells and platelets
Bone that develops between sheet like layers of connective tissue
Microscopic bony chambers that house mature bone cells
Salts that form tiny crystals in the intercellular matrix of bone tissue are made up mostly of this.
Bones include the lower limb are:
Femur tibia and fibula
Hard palate is composed of:
Maxillae and palatine bones
Joints between the vertebrae of the backbone are best described as:
Appendicular skeleton include:
Pectoral girdle, upper and lower limbs and pelvic girdle
Maxillary bone is part of:
Scapula is apart of:
Cells responsible for removing excess bone tissue after the fracture repair process
Osteoporosis can develop with:
Low intake of dietary calcium.
Lack of exercise.
Frequent use of alcoholic beverages.
Cleft palate results from:
Incomplete development of the maxillae
The degenerative joint disease, osteoarthritis may develop as a result of softening of the:
A stern all puncture is often employed to obtain a:
Sample of blood forming tissues.
Most bone cancers increase the activity of:
Arthroscopy is a procedure used to examine the:
Osteoclasts are large cells that cause the:
Breakdown of the Osseous tissue
The carpal bones form the:
Axial skeleton consists of the parts of the parts that support and protect:
The head, neck, and trunk.
The parietal bones meet the frontal bone along the:
Vitamin d is needed for:
Proper absorption calcium in the small intestine.
Importance of fontanels:
Enables the infant to pass more easily through the birth canal.
To cushion articulating surfaces of bones.
Moistens and lubricates the cartilaginous surfaces within a joint
Hip joint is a:
Ball and socket joint
The movement of a limb away from the midline.
Osteoclasts are large cells that cause:
The break down of bone tissue
Tough, fibrous tissue that encloses a long bone
Basic parts of a lever:
Rod, fulcrum, weight and force.
The process of blood cell formation
Cartilaginous parts that separate the vertebrae
The membranous soft spots of a new borns skull
The bones of the wrist
The joint created by the pubic bones
Purpose of curvatures
Their purpose is to increase the resilience and flexibility of the spine, allowing it to function like a spring rather than a rigid rod.
3 functions of skeletal system
Support and protection.
Blood cell formation.
Bone cells are called _____.
Where can you find yellow marrow?
Flat bones: pelvic girdle and sternum.
Patella is considered a:
Importance of synovial fluid:
Reduce friction between articular cartilage and synovial joints.
Enables a surgeon to visualize a joint interior and even perform diagnostic or therapeutic procedures guided by the image on a video screen
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