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CVTECH Basic Anatomy Link 4

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Number of bones are in the human skeleton 206
irregular ends of long bones Epiphysis
long narrow shaft of bone Diaphysis
middle of diaphysis and contains bone marrow Medullary cavity
membrane covering the outside of the bone Periosteum
The process of converting cartilage, such as in found in the fetal skeleton, into bone Ossification
Bones continue to grow during childhood and the teen years from the _____ ____ across the ends of the bones. Epiphyseal plates
Large projection of a bone Process
A short channel or passageway meatus
rounded, knoblike end separated by a thin neck Head
A hole that allows a vessel or nerve to pass through or between foramen
The flat, immovable joints that unite the skull bones sutures
The U-shaped bone just below the skull that the tongue attaches to hyoid
The cheekbones zygomatic
The collarbone clavicle
These 7 vertebrae are located in the neck cervical
The tailbone Coccygeal vertebrae
These ribs are the first 7 pairs and attach to the sternum true
These bones are different between male and female ilia
Softening of bone tissue due to lack of formation of calcium salts Osteomalacia
Hunchback Kyphosis
More than one fracture line and bone is splintered or crushed Comminuted
Inflammation of bone caused by bacteria Osteomyelitis
Type of joint Fibrous
Type of joint Cartilaginous
Type of joint Synovial
Turning the palm down or backward Pronation
Pointing the toes downward Plantar flexion
Moving away from the midline of the body Abduction
Moving toward the midline of the body Adduction
Turning or twisting on an axis Rotation
Turning the sole inward, so it faces the opposite foot Inversion
When a joint is wrenched with rupture or tearing of the ligaments sprain
When a joint is internally deranged dislocated
Degenerative joint inflammation osteoarthritis
Crippling joint inflammation rheumatoid
A procedure where a joint is entered and drained of excess fluid arthrocentesis
A break occurs at an angle across the bone Oblique
The broken bone protrudes through the skin Open
A break that goes straight across the bone Transverse
Simple fracture of bone with no open wound closed
Number of bones are in the human skeleton 206
irregular ends of long bones Epiphysis
long narrow shaft of bone Diaphysis
middle of diaphysis and contains bone marrow Medullary cavity
membrane covering the outside of the bone Periosteum
The process of converting cartilage, such as in found in the fetal skeleton, into bone Ossification
Bones continue to grow during childhood and the teen years from the _____ ____ across the ends of the bones. Epiphyseal plates
Large projection of a bone Process
A short channel or passageway meatus
rounded, knoblike end separated by a thin neck Head
A hole that allows a vessel or nerve to pass through or between foramen
The flat, immovable joints that unite the skull bones sutures
The U-shaped bone just below the skull that the tongue attaches to hyoid
The cheekbones zygomatic
The collarbone clavicle
These 7 vertebrae are located in the neck cervical
The tailbone Coccygeal vertebrae
These ribs are the first 7 pairs and attach to the sternum true
These bones are different between male and female ilia
Softening of bone tissue due to lack of formation of calcium salts Osteomalacia
Hunchback Kyphosis
More than one fracture line and bone is splintered or crushed Comminuted
Inflammation of bone caused by bacteria Osteomyelitis
Type of joint Fibrous
Type of joint Cartilaginous
Type of joint Synovial
Turning the palm down or backward Pronation
Pointing the toes downward Plantar flexion
Moving away from the midline of the body Abduction
Moving toward the midline of the body Adduction
Turning or twisting on an axis Rotation
Turning the sole inward, so it faces the opposite foot Inversion
When a joint is wrenched with rupture or tearing of the ligaments sprain
When a joint is internally deranged dislocated
Degenerative joint inflammation osteoarthritis
Crippling joint inflammation rheumatoid
A procedure where a joint is entered and drained of excess fluid arthrocentesis
A break occurs at an angle across the bone Oblique
The broken bone protrudes through the skin Open
A break that goes straight across the bone Transverse
Simple fracture of bone with no open wound closed
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