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Ch 4 - Bone quests

Quests pertaining to bones, pathology relating to the skeletal system

The four categories of bones Long, short, flat and irregular
The majority of the bones in our body are Long bones
The outside of the bone is known as this Compact bone
Why spongy bones have this name Because it has spaces or holes in the bone, like a sponge
Periosteum contains this Blood and lymphatic vessels and nerves
The rounded and smooth muscles are for this To articulate with another bone in a joint
The rough bones are for this To provide muscles with attachment points
Joints are formed in this way When two or more bones meet
The three types of joints Synovial, cartilaginous and fibrous
How a synovial joint moves Freely
How a cartilaginous joint moves Slightly, but hold bones firmly in place
How a fibrous joint moves None whatsoever
The process in which equipment is used to analyze bones Bone scan
Occurs when bones in a joint are displaced from their normal alignment Dislocation
Surgical reconstruction of the hip Total hip replacement (THR)
The study of the spinal column after injecting opaque material Myelography
Injury to the bones in the cervical spine as a result of a sudden movement Whiplash
A piece of bone taken from a patient, used to take place of a removed or defected bone Bone graft
A disease in bone mass that results in thinning and weakening of the bone Osteoporosis
A radiographic study of a joint after injection of a contrast medium into the joint space Arthrography
An application of solid material used to immobilize a portion of the body Cast
Damage to the ligaments surrounding a joint due to overstretching, but not dislocation Strain
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