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surg pro 1 final

ortho and vasc

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what does the ligament connect bone to bone
what does the tendon connect muscle to bone
what does cartilage connect elastic tissue that cushions a joint
what are the three types of joints called a. synarthrosis b. diarthrosis c. ampiarthrosis
what is an immovable joint synarthrosis
an example of synarthrosis is fibrous
what is a slightly movable joint ampiarthrosis
what is an example of ampiarthrosis cartilaginous
what is a freely movable joint diarthrosis
what is an example of diarthrosis synovial
what are the 5 types of bones 1. long 2. short 3. flat 4. irregular 5.sesamoid
what is cancellous bone soft, spongy bone found at the ends of long bones
what are some examples of where cancellous bone can be found tibia, sternum, iliac
what is cortical bone hard outer layer found in the mid section of bone
what are some examples of where cortical bone is found fibula and ribs
what is the name of a long compact bone shaft diaphysis
what are the names of the end of the bone and what are they made of epiphysis and made of cancellous bone
what is formed and what does the bone do before it matures cartilage if formed and seperates the epiphysis from diaphysis
Created by: eenners1