Unit 6:4 Skeletal System
Area where cranial bones have joined together.
Membrane that lines the medullary canal.
Tough membrane on the outside of bone.
Twelve pairs of bones that surround the heart and lungs.
Lateral bone of the lower leg.
Two bones that form the pelvic girdle.
Connective tissue band that holds bones together.
Material inside the medullary canal.
Eight bones that surround and protect the brain.
Lower arm bone on thumb side.
Bones that form the extremeties.
Material foind in some bones that produces blood cells.
Larger bone of lower arm.
Air spaces in the bones of the skull.
An extremity or end of bone.
Bones that form the main trunk of the body.
Long shaft of bones.
Upper arm bone.
Twenty-six bones of the spinal column.
Area where two or more bones join together.
Shoulder bone or shoulder blade.
Medial bone of the lower leg.
Framework, protection, levers, production of blood cells, and storage
Five functions of bones.
Frontal, parietal(2x), temporal(2x), occipital, ethmoid, and sphenoid
Eight bones that form the cranium.
7 Cervical, 12 Thoracic, 5 Lumbar, Sacrum, and Coccyx
Attach directly to the sternum on the front of the body.
Attach to the carilage of the rib above.
Have NO attachment on the front of the body.
Small piece of cartilage at the bottom of the sternum.
Ilium, Ischium, and Pubis
Three regions on each ox coxae.
Mostly occurs as a result of aging.
A crack or break in a bone.
Bone inflammation usually caused by a pathogenic organism.
Increased porosity or softening of the bones; causes by a hormone deficiency.
When a twisting action tears the ligaments at a joint.
Inflammation of the bursae, small, fluid-filled sacs surrounding the joints.
When a bone is forcibly displaced from a joint.
A side-to-side, or lateral, curvature of the spine.