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Tulsa Tech 1

Ch 3 Exercise 1 pg 63

physis growth/nature
peri- surrounding, around
condyl/o condyle/ knob
spin/o spine
foramin/o foramen, hole
-um structure
Myel/o Bone Marrow
-blast embryonic
epi- above, upon
foss/o hollow, depression
endo- within
oste/o bone
-cyte cell
-clast breaking down
Osteoblasts _________________bone, whereas osteoclasts _____________ bone. build, break down
The shaft of a long bone diaphysis
The ends of a long bone are called ______(plural) epiphyses
The outer covering of bone is the _______ periosteum
The inner lining of bone is the Endosteum
A foramen, a sinus, and a fossa are examples of bone Depressions
A condyle, a trochanter, and a tuberosity are examples of bone process
A sysnonym for a sinus is a/an Antrum
What are the five bone shapes? Long, Short, flat, irregular, sesamoid
What comprises the axial skeleton? Skull, vertebrae, Ribcage
What comprises the appendicular skeleton? Shoulder & pelvic girdles, upper and lower extremities
The ICD-10-PCS divides the entire skeleton into three categories. What are they? head & facial bones, upper bones, lower bones
Cortical bone is? Denser and stronger
Cancellous bone is? Weaker and more open
Created by: tjackson918