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5 Matching questions

  1. spondyl/o
  2. paget's disease
  3. lord/o
  4. metatarsals
  5. periostitis
  1. a a bone disease of unknown cause characterized by the excessive breakdown of bone tissue, followed by abnormal bone formation
  2. b bones of the foot between ankle and toes
  3. c inflammation of the periosteum
  4. d curve, swayback (anterior curvature in the lumbar region)
  5. e vertebrae

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the surgical removal of a synovial membrane from a joint
  2. lighter, 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.
  3. inflammation of a bone as a consequence of infection or trauma or degeneration
  4. is located within the spongy bone, is hemopoietic tissue that manufactures red blood cells, hemoglobin, white blood cells, and thrombocytes. These types of cells are discussed in Chapter 5. Hemopoietic (hee-moh poy-ET-ick) means pertaining to the formation of blood cells (hem/o means blood, and -poietic means pertaining to formation). This term is also spelled hematopoietic.
  5. inflammation of the cartilage that connects a rib to the sternum

5 True/False questions

  1. Synovial Joints: Ball and socket jointssuch as the hips and shoulders, allow a wide range of movement in many directions

          

  2. osteorrhaphythe surgical suturing, or wiring together, of bones

          

  3. chondromasoftening of cartilage

          

  4. juvenile rheumatoid arthritisan autoimmune disorder that affects children aged 16 years or less with symptoms that include stiffness, pain, joint swelling, skin rash, fever, slowed growth, and fatigue

          

  5. crepitationpartial displacement of a joint or organ