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5 exam questions

QuestionAnswer
T or F:hematopoiesis refers to the formation of blood cells with the *red marrow cavities of certain bones True
T or F: The diaphysis of a long bone is composed of spongy bone False
T or F: Osteocytes respond to the parathyroid horomone False
T or F:Ribs number 11 to 12 are true ribes because they have no anterior attachments False
T or F: The skull of an infant is small in comparison to the rest of it's body False
T or F: Cartilage repairs itself much more easily than bone False
T or F: Bone is living, dynamic tissue True
T or F:There are 7 cervical, 12 thoracic, and 5 lumbar vertebrae True
T or F: Spinal curvature that are present at birth are called primary curvatures, are the cervical and lumbar curvatures; those that develop later are called secondary curvatures, which are thoracic and sacral curvatures False
T or F: the heaviest and strongest bone in the body is the femur True
Type of fracture in which the broken bone portion is pressed inward Depressed
type of fracture where bone is crushed compression
fracture where bone fragments into many pieces comminuated
incomplete fracture or crack of bone (common in children) greenstick
fracture in which broken bone ends are forced into each other impacked
most important minerals in the bones calcium and phosphorus
bones categorized according to shape, that is called long bone are leg and arm bones
function of yellow marrow in adults to store adipose tissue
presence of an epiphysial plate means bone length is increasing
mature blood cells osteocytes
blood forming cells osteblasts
canal that runs through the core of each osteon contains blood vessels and nerve fiber
what kind of tissue is the forerunner of long bones i the embryo hyaline cartilage
factors that determine where bone matrix is to be remolded stress of gravity and muscle pull on skeleton
an open compound facture can be described as when the broken bone is exposed to the outside
there are (----) vertebrae in the neck region seven cervical
the tail bone is the coccyx
which of the following is not a function of the bones to convert specific cholesterol into vitamin , with the help of sunlight exposure
correct order of ribs from superior to inferior true ribs, false ribs, floating ribs
tissues that allow growth and compression of the fetal skull are called fontanels
another name for the clavicle is the collarbone
PTH hormone activates what type of cell ossteoclast
the axial skeleton contains the skull, ribs, sternum, and vertebrae
4 stages in healing bone fracture hematoma formation, fibrocartilage, bone remodeling
the realignment of broken bones is called reduction
which bone is not a long bone patella
bone formation can be referred to as ossification
disease in children whose diets lack calcium or vitamin D, where the bones fail to calcify is called rickets
an increase in bone diameter is called appositional growth
the only freely movable bone in the skull is the mandilble
the disease in which uric acid accumulates in the blood and may be depostioned as needle-shaped crystals in the soft tissue of joints called gout
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