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What is the name of the last stage of bone healing? Remodeling
The three basic types of muscle are cardiac, skeletal, and _____? Smooth
What are the two main components that make up skin tissue? Elastin and Collagen
_______ use the calcium in the blood released by osteoclasts to build new bone. Osteoblasts
Big:small::compression force: ________. Tensile force
A clean, even cut. Incision
A common characteristic of a contusion is discoloration or ________ Ecchymosis
The overstretching of a ligament is called __________. a 1st degree sprain
The partial or incomplete dislocation of an articulation is further known as _________. Subluxation
A fracture involving the epiphyseal plate is known as what? Salter-Harris Fracture
The sensory nerves are referred to as _______ nerves. Afferent
Fibroblasts and fibroclasts are the cells in _________. Tissue
Osteoblasts and osteoclasts are ________ cells. Bone
Osteoblasts and Osteoclasts begin their work during the ______ phase. Acute
This fracture runs across the bone. Transverse fracture
This fracture is a break of a bone into 3 or more pieces and most commonly occurs in the elderly. Comminuted fracture
Nerves are surrounded and protected by a __________. Myelin sheath
The types of bones are long, flat, irregular, short, and ________. Sesamoid
A _________ is a collection of dead tissue and blood. Hematoma
R.I.C.E stands for Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation
Movement is allowed within which stage of bone healing? Repair
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