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Anatomy: Chapter ...

Depressions

TermDefinition
DEPRESSIONS
fissure narrow cleft separating parts
folamen an opening bigger
meatus passage or canal
sinus cavity or hallow space
sulcus a shallow groove
fossa a depression
PROJECTIONS ON BONE
condyle rounded process of a bone, usually at the article end
epicondyle a projection bone above a condyle
head enlarge at end of bone
facet small flat surface
tubercle small knob-like process
tionchanier relatively large process
crest narrow ridge-like projection
spine thorn-like projection
FUNCTIONS OF THE BONE
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PLATES
Epiphyseal Plate band of cartilage in long bones
What happens at epiphyseal plates? cartilage divides ectogating bone cartilage turns into bone (ossification)
KNOW THE FOLLOWING
epihysis end of long bone
diapysis shaft of long bone
articular cartilage layer of hyline cartilage that covers end of bone that articulates with another bone
periosteum covering of bone
compact bone tightly packed bone
spongy bone looks like sponge space between
osteocytes bone cells
ostetonic-canal canal in bone that has nerve and blood vessels
marrow makes blood cells and stores fat
medullar cavity hollow space in bone, bone
Created by: 19atorr