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Bone Growth and Dev

Chpt 5

QuestionAnswer
General structure of a long bone –
another word for tubular shaft that separates the epiphysis diaphysis
another word for the two ends of the bone epiphyses
the diphysis is connected to _____. part of the bone on opposite ends of the diaphysis that separtates the epiphysis. metaphyses
epiphyseal plate/line
another word for marrow cavity medullary (marrow) cavity
connective tissue wrapping connected to the facia , covers everywhere on bone but on at joints. periosteum
endosteum
articular cartilage
Ossification has 2 mechanisms INTRAMEMBRANOUS and 2. ENDOCHONDRAL
Bone Growth is also know as Ossification
RESULTS IN THE FORMATION OF THE CRANIAL BONES AND THE CLAVICLES Intramembranous ossification
RESULTS IN THE FORMATION OF THEBONES BELOW THE SKULL, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE CLAVICLES. Endochondral ossification
AKA "Dermal Ossificaftion" Intramembranous ossification
another word for depositing ca salts in tissue calsification
General elevations & projections
Process
Ramus
Markings for bone to bone articulations
Head
Condyle
Facet
Processes for tendon and ligament attachments
Trochanter
Tuberosity
Tubercle
Epicondyle
Crest
Line
General structure of a long bone –
diaphysis
epiphyses
metaphyses
epiphyseal plate/line
medullary (marrow) cavity
periosteum
endosteum
articular cartilage
Ossification has 2 mechanisms INTRAMEMBRANOUS2. ENDOCHONDRAL
Bone Growth is also know as Ossification
RESULTS IN THE FORMATION OF THE CRANIAL BONES AND THE CLAVICLES Intramembranous ossification
RESULTS IN THE FORMATION OF THEBONES BELOW THE SKULL, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE CLAVICLES. Endochondral ossification
AKA "Dermal Ossificaftion" Intramembranous ossification
General elevations & projections
Process
Ramus
Markings for bone to bone articulations
Head
Condyle
Facet
Processes for tendon and ligament attachments
Trochanter
Tuberosity
Tubercle
Epicondyle
Crest
Line
Created by: miaadriano