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12 terms
bone 5
greenstick fracture
compound fracture
comminuted fracture
impacted fracture
bending and incomplete break of a bone; most often seen in ch…
bone breaks through the skin
broken in many small pieces
Broken bone smashed into another bone
greenstick fracture
bending and incomplete break of a bone; most often seen in ch…
compound fracture
bone breaks through the skin
Bones 5: Types of bones
long bone
femur
tibia
fibula
bones longer than they are wide; has a main cylindrical shaft…
long bone
long bone
long bone
long bone
bones longer than they are wide; has a main cylindrical shaft…
femur
long bone
8 terms
Bones of the Arm 5
scapula
clavicle
humerus
radius
scapula
clavicle
bones 5
Supraorbital Foramen (notch)
parietal
temporal
mastoid process
Supraorbital Foramen (notch)
parietal
18 terms
Bones of the Skull 5
frontal bone
Temporal bone
Occipital bone
Parietal bone
frontal bone
Temporal bone
Bones 5
Central Canal
Concentric Lamellae
Lacunae
Canaliculi
Longitudinal canal, carrying blood vessels, and nerves.
Layers of calcified matrix.
Residences of osteocytes.
Tiny canals, connecting lacunae.
Central Canal
Longitudinal canal, carrying blood vessels, and nerves.
Concentric Lamellae
Layers of calcified matrix.
Bones 5
Distal Phalange
Trapezoid
Trapezium
Capitate
tip of finger
upper index
thumb
anchor of hand
Distal Phalange
tip of finger
Trapezoid
upper index
bones 5
anaerobic respiration (glycolysis)
aerobic repiration
if ATP levels decline
ATP required for contraction
process where glucose is broken down by enzymes energy releas…
process where the mitochondria break down carbs, proteins and…
less myosin heads can be recruited for contraction and contra…
it binds to myosin heads and detaches them from the thin fila…
anaerobic respiration (glycolysis)
process where glucose is broken down by enzymes energy releas…
aerobic repiration
process where the mitochondria break down carbs, proteins and…
40 terms
bones 5
Stop lettting those people / touch the…
gliding
• flexor tendons ... • nerve sheath
condyloid
pneumonic for carpals
type of motion of Intercarpal joints
carpal tunnel due to problems with:
formed with large projections, like the ends of metacarpals
Stop lettting those people / touch the…
pneumonic for carpals
gliding
type of motion of Intercarpal joints
56 terms
5 Bones Review
axial skeleton
appendicular skeleton
skeletal system
functions of the skeletal system
skull and vertebral column
limbs and pelvic girdle
joints... bones... cartilage... ligaments
support... protection... movement... storage... blood cell formation
axial skeleton
skull and vertebral column
appendicular skeleton
limbs and pelvic girdle
Week 5 Bones
Femur
Tibia
Fibula
Patella
Femur
Tibia
36 terms
Ch 5 Bones Overview
humerus
tibia and fibula
femur
radius and ulna
humerus
tibia and fibula
bones 5
carpals
metacarpals
phlanges
coxa
carpals
metacarpals
Ch 5 Bones Overview
axial skeleton
appendicular skeleton
compact bone
spongy bone
the part of the skeleton that includes the skull and spinal c…
the part of the skeleton that includes the pectoral girdle an…
Hard, dense bone tissue that is beneath the outer membrane of…
Layer of Bone tissue having many small spaces and found just…
axial skeleton
the part of the skeleton that includes the skull and spinal c…
appendicular skeleton
the part of the skeleton that includes the pectoral girdle an…
11 terms
Jungle of Bones Chapter 5
Wit
Gnarly
Codger
Riveting
mental sharpness and inventiveness; keen intelligence
twisted, knotty
(n.) an old and strange person
commanding full attention, fascinating
Wit
mental sharpness and inventiveness; keen intelligence
Gnarly
twisted, knotty
Ch. 5 Bones of the Skeleton
Cranium
Mandible
Cervical Vertebrae
Thoracic Vertebrae
There are 7 of these in the vertebral column
There are 12 of these in the vertebral column
Cranium
Mandible
41 terms
bones 2 #5 lasku
EDS: ehlers danlos syndrome
hypermobility of joints
what are the three reasons for bleeding
osteogenesis imperfecta - brittle bone…
group of autosomal dominate disorders of connective tissue: h…
bleeding in the skin due to microtrauma of collagen
clotting factors ... platelets ... collagen
OI is a group of Autosomal dominant: generalized abnormality…
EDS: ehlers danlos syndrome
group of autosomal dominate disorders of connective tissue: h…
hypermobility of joints
bleeding in the skin due to microtrauma of collagen
Chapter 5: Bones
Functions of Bones
Hemopoiesis
Organic Material
Inorganic Material
Protection, Support, Lever, Blood Production, Storage.
Blood production in red bone marrow.
Makes 1/3 of bone matrix. Provides FLEXIBILITY.
Makes 2/3 of bone matrix. Crystals of calcium and phosphorus.…
Functions of Bones
Protection, Support, Lever, Blood Production, Storage.
Hemopoiesis
Blood production in red bone marrow.
21 terms
Bones of the Skeletal System5
skull
toe bones
tail bone
foot bones
cranium
phalanges
coccyx
metatarsals
skull
cranium
toe bones
phalanges
10 terms
Bones of the leg 5
Ilium
Ishium
Pubis
Femur
Ilium
Ishium
22 terms
bones 5 - leg
femur
head of femur
neck of femur
greater trochanter
femur
head of femur
18 terms
skull bones 5
pterygoid process
superior orbital fissure
sella turcica
optic canal
feet of the butterfly
pterygoid process
feet of the butterfly
superior orbital fissure
5 bone
unity
dual
quarter
sextuplets
...
...
...
...
unity
...
dual
...
17 terms
5. Names of bones
cranium
vertebrae
mandible
clavicle
skull
bones in the spine
jawbone
collarbone
cranium
skull
vertebrae
bones in the spine
Week 5 bones
Bones components
Bone function
Long bone parts
Bone histology
Osseous tissue... Cartilage tissue... Dense connective tissue... Epith…
Support... Protection... Movement... Mineral storage and release... Blood…
Diaphysis... Epiphysis... Metaphysis... Articular cartilage... Periosteum…
Extracellular matrix... Glycoprotein, ground substance, collagen…
Bones components
Osseous tissue... Cartilage tissue... Dense connective tissue... Epith…
Bone function
Support... Protection... Movement... Mineral storage and release... Blood…
5 terms
5 jobs of the bones
support
move body
protect organs
store minerals
...
...
...
...
support
...
move body
...
HBS 5.2 Bones
Bone marrow
Bone remodeling
Calcitonin
Callus
A soft highly vascular modified connective tissue that occupi…
The continuous turnover of bone matrix and mineral that invol…
A polypeptide hormone especially from the thyroid gland that…
A growth of new bone tissue in and around a fractured area, u…
Bone marrow
A soft highly vascular modified connective tissue that occupi…
Bone remodeling
The continuous turnover of bone matrix and mineral that invol…
Bones- A5 vocabulary
skull
protects your lungs
shoulder blade
collar
cranium
ribcage
scapula
clavicle
skull
cranium
protects your lungs
ribcage
73 terms
Anatomy Ch. 5 - Bones
Major Functions of Bones
Classifications of Bone
Compact bone
Spongy bone
- Support the body... - Protects soft organs... - Allows movement d…
- Compact (YELLOW marrow)... - Spongy (RED marrow) ... - Long... - Sho…
- YELLOW marrow... - Homogenous, meaning solid
- RED marrow... - Many open spaces... - Small needle like pieces of…
Major Functions of Bones
- Support the body... - Protects soft organs... - Allows movement d…
Classifications of Bone
- Compact (YELLOW marrow)... - Spongy (RED marrow) ... - Long... - Sho…
5 terms
5 bones to know
coxa
femur
tibia
scapula
hip-joint, hip
the proximal bone of the hind or lower limb that is the longe…
the inner and usually larger of the two bones of the leg betw…
The scapula is a flat, triangular-shaped bone which lies agai…
coxa
hip-joint, hip
femur
the proximal bone of the hind or lower limb that is the longe…
Week 5 Bones
pelvic girdle
pelvis
coxal bone
ilium
consists of two coxal bones that articulate with each other a…
The combined sacrum, coccyx, and pelvic girdle; bowl-shaped.
Develops from three parts- ilium, ischium, and pubis; fuses i…
Largest and most superior section of the coxal bone; flares f…
pelvic girdle
consists of two coxal bones that articulate with each other a…
pelvis
The combined sacrum, coccyx, and pelvic girdle; bowl-shaped.
Week 5- Bones
Functions of the Skeletal System
Occipital Bone
Parietal Bone
Frontal Bone
a) Support... b) Protection from physical trauma... c) Movement as…
Back of the head, forms the posterior part and most of the ba…
Form the greater portion of the sides and roof of the cranial…
Forms the forehead (anterior part of cranium) the roofs of th…
Functions of the Skeletal System
a) Support... b) Protection from physical trauma... c) Movement as…
Occipital Bone
Back of the head, forms the posterior part and most of the ba…
bones 5,0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
skull
skeleton
ball and socket joint
gliding joint
skull
skeleton
45 terms
A &P #5 BONES
Foramen magnum
osteon
osteocyte
lacunae
Foramen magnum
osteon
Bone 5
Bone marrow is in
Red marrow 1
Red marrow 2 hemopoietic
Red marrow located in
Medullary cavity in long bone and among trabeculae in spongy…
Reticular fibers and immature cells o
Produces blood cells
Vertebrae ribs sternum pelvic girdle proximal heads of of fem…
Bone marrow is in
Medullary cavity in long bone and among trabeculae in spongy…
Red marrow 1
Reticular fibers and immature cells o
5. Bone
5 Functions of Bone
Composition of Bone (3)
4 Cells of the Bone
How Does Bone Help Regulate Blood Calc…
1. Support: weight of body... 2. Storage: Ca salts... 3. Blood cell…
- connective tissue with matrix of fibers and ground substanc…
1. Osteogenic (stem) cells... - in periosteum and endosteum ... 2.…
- if there is not enough Ca, osteoclast erode bone... - if there…
5 Functions of Bone
1. Support: weight of body... 2. Storage: Ca salts... 3. Blood cell…
Composition of Bone (3)
- connective tissue with matrix of fibers and ground substanc…
6 terms
5: Microscopic Anatomy of Bones
lacunae
lamellae
central (Haversian canal)
osteon (Haversian system)
cavities containing osteycytes
concentric rings of lacunae (cavities w/ osteocytes)
surrounded by lamellae ... opening in the center of an osteon... ca…
unit of bone containing central canal and matrix rings
lacunae
cavities containing osteycytes
lamellae
concentric rings of lacunae (cavities w/ osteocytes)
Page 5 and 6 bones
Coxa
Ilium
Ischium
Pubis
3 bones each = of 6 bones. The butterfly's wing containing th…
Top part on coxa
Lateral side of coxa
Connect to cartilage on medial side of coxa
Coxa
3 bones each = of 6 bones. The butterfly's wing containing th…
Ilium
Top part on coxa
38 terms
5) Bone
Composition/function
Classification of bones
Surfaces of long bones
Periosteum
skeletal CT... support + protection
by shape --> long VS. flat ... by formation process --> endocho…
Periosteum --> outer surfaces... Endosteum --> internal surfaces
outer layer = fibrous (dense CT)... inner layer = osteogenic (l…
Composition/function
skeletal CT... support + protection
Classification of bones
by shape --> long VS. flat ... by formation process --> endocho…
Week 5 Bones and Muscles
Functions of the Skeletal System
Occipital Bone
Parietal Bone
Frontal Bone
a) Support... b) Protection from physical trauma... c) Movement as…
Back of the head, forms the posterior part and most of the ba…
Form the greater portion of the sides and roof of the cranial…
Forms the forehead (anterior part of cranium) the roofs of th…
Functions of the Skeletal System
a) Support... b) Protection from physical trauma... c) Movement as…
Occipital Bone
Back of the head, forms the posterior part and most of the ba…
Bones ( chapter 5)
Axial
Appendicular
Name the functions of the skeletal sys…
Organic and inorganic components of bone
Consists of the bones of the skull, vertebral column, sternum…
Consists of the bones of the limbs to the trunk at the should…
- support... - storage of minerals ... - blood cell production... - le…
- calcium ... -calcium hydroxide... - calcium carbonate... -crystals…
Axial
Consists of the bones of the skull, vertebral column, sternum…
Appendicular
Consists of the bones of the limbs to the trunk at the should…
7 terms
5. Bones of the face & neck
Nasal bones
Lacrimal bones
Zygomatic bones
Maxillae
Bones that form the bridge of the nose. There are two nasal b…
Small, thin bones located at the front inner wall of the orbi…
Also known as malar bones or cheek bones. Bones that form the…
Bones of the upper jaw. There are two maxillae.
Nasal bones
Bones that form the bridge of the nose. There are two nasal b…
Lacrimal bones
Small, thin bones located at the front inner wall of the orbi…
20 terms
BONES (hw5)
In an osteon, bone cells are arranged…
Tissues that contain a blood supply, l…
Which structure is contained within th…
The bones that make up the forehead are:
Haversian canal
Bone tissue
Osteocyte
Frontal
In an osteon, bone cells are arranged…
Haversian canal
Tissues that contain a blood supply, l…
Bone tissue
Bones and Systems-Science 5
Skeletal
Skeletal
Skeletal
Skeletal
Skull
Vertebrae
Rib Cage
Femur
Skeletal
Skull
Skeletal
Vertebrae
31 terms
bones unit 5
Axial Skeleton
Appendicular Skeleton
Compact Bone
Spongy Bone
Bones that form longitudinal axis
Bones of limbs that are attached to the axial.
Dense, smooth, homogeneous bone.
Has open spaces.
Axial Skeleton
Bones that form longitudinal axis
Appendicular Skeleton
Bones of limbs that are attached to the axial.
25 terms
Ch 5. Bones
Skeletal System
Cartilage
Cartilage- Structure and Growth
Bone Functions
Organs = bones (very metabolically active)... Gr. Osteon, Latin…
Location: External Ear (elastic). Nose (hyaline). Joints (art…
No nerves or blood vessels; ... Perichondrium = irregular (dense…
Support (framework);... Movement (with muscles, ligaments, tendo…
Skeletal System
Organs = bones (very metabolically active)... Gr. Osteon, Latin…
Cartilage
Location: External Ear (elastic). Nose (hyaline). Joints (art…
18 terms
Week 5 Bones
pelvic girdle
pelvis
coxal bone
ilium
supports the axial portion of the body; attaches lower limbs…
bowl-shaped area of the body formed by the sacrum, coccyx, an…
hip bones; two bones each with three sections fused together;…
largest and most superior section of the coxal bone; flares f…
pelvic girdle
supports the axial portion of the body; attaches lower limbs…
pelvis
bowl-shaped area of the body formed by the sacrum, coccyx, an…
81 terms
Anatomy chapter 5; bones
epiphysis
epiphyseal line
diaphysis
articular cartilage
area of spongy bone with thin layer of compact bone (on the h…
what is left of growth plate in adults (growth plate in child…
compact bone coveed and protected by perostium pertoratinatin…
decreases friction as joints (covers long bones)
epiphysis
area of spongy bone with thin layer of compact bone (on the h…
epiphyseal line
what is left of growth plate in adults (growth plate in child…
26 terms
Bones Ch 5
Osteocytes
Osteoclasts
Osteoblasts
Osteoprogenitor Cells
-mature bone cells that maintain the bone matrix
-multinucleated cell... that secretes acids and enzymes... to disso…
Immature bone... cell that secretes organic... components of matrix
Stem cell... whose divisions produce osteoblasts
Osteocytes
-mature bone cells that maintain the bone matrix
Osteoclasts
-multinucleated cell... that secretes acids and enzymes... to disso…
234 terms
Exercise 5: Bones
Define axial skeleton
Define appendicular skeleton
What is the role of collagen in the bo…
What is the role of mineral salts in t…
The bones that form the vertical axis of the body (cranium, f…
The bones of the upper and lower limbs
Gives the bones tensile strength
Gives the bones hardness
Define axial skeleton
The bones that form the vertical axis of the body (cranium, f…
Define appendicular skeleton
The bones of the upper and lower limbs
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