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Skel system pt2

fractures AND SUCH..

QuestionAnswer
blood clot in bone hematoma
a break at a growth plate epiphyseal fracture
a break caused by twisting, common sports injury spiral fracture
an incomplete break common in young children whose bones haven't fully ossified greenstick fracture
a break in a bone fracture
a break that breaks off the distal ends of both the tibia and fibula Pott's fracture
a break that breaks the distal portion of the radius at the thumb Colles' fracture
a break the goes straight across the long axis of a bone transverse fracture
a break that leaves many shattered peices comminuted fracture
a break where the bone must be re alligned (set) displaced fracture
a break where the bones remain aligned non-displaced fracture
a fracture that does break the skin compound (open) fracture
a fracture that doesn't break the skin simple (closed) fracture
a fracture where a bone is crushed compression fracture
bone feature like foramen, fossa, condyle, process bone markings
carpals and tarsals short bones
excess growth hormone prior to puberty results in this condition gigantism
femur, tibia, fibula, humerus, radius, ulna, metatarsals long bones
hormone that stimulates osteoblasts to put calcium into bone calcitonin
hormone that stimulates osteoclasts to release minerals from bone parathyroid hormone
parietals, sternum, ribs, and scapulae flat bones
patella sesamoid bones
the disease where bone loss is interfearing with life and normal activity osteoporosis
the ring of bone that forms around a fracture fite callus
the term for normal bone loss due to aging osteopenia
the idea that bone growth increases with stress Wolff's Law
the spongy bone layer in flat and irregular bone diploe
Created by: Anatomysaver
 

 



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