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Chp 7 Skeleton

How many sections are their in the skeleton vertebrae 5 cervical, thoratic, Lumbar, Sacrum, Coccyx
How many vertabraes in the cervical 7
How many vertabraes in the Thoractic 12
How many vertebraes in the Lumbar 5
How many vetebraes in the Sacrum 1
How many vertebraes in the Coccyx 1
Types of fractions compound-open Simple- closed Hairline
what is the function of the Skeletal system framework, protects internal organs, movement, stores calcium
Types of joints Ball and socket- shoulder, hip Hinge- Gliding
Types of bones Long- upper arm Short- wrists Flat- skull Iregular- vertebrae Round- patella
subluxation partial dislocation of a joint
how many bones are in the adult vertebrae column 26
whats osteomyelitis inflammation of the bone or bone marrow
Hematopoiesis forms blood cells
what joint provides ball and sockets
Osteoblasts forms new bones
osteoclasts resorb bone
whats osteoporosis and who gets it wear the bone gets weak and breaks mostly women get it
How many pairs of ribs 12
How many true ribs 1-7
False ribs 8-10
floating ribs 11-12
Two major types of connective tissue bone and cartilage
Articular cartilage covers the end of bones where they come together to make joints
Cartilage protects bone
pagets disease abnormality in bone regrowth and destructions
rickets sofenting and weakning the bone
endosteum cells lining the medullary cavity
medullar cavity central cavity of bone where red and yellow marrow is stored
osteosarcoma bone tumor found in teens for growing to fast
Arthritis rutheortary, otheoathritis, infectous
how many bones do we have 206
Longest bone femur
heaviest bone pelvisis/ hip
Regular curves 4
irregular curves scoliosis, cordosis
Skeltal division 2 axial appendicular
Axil 80 bones skull spine, thorax
appendicular 126 upper and lower extermities
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