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carp/o wrist
coccyg/o coccyx
sten/o short, contracted, narrow
Left Lower Extremity LLE
Fx Fracture
located at each end of the long bone and provide space for muscle attachments epiphysis
immature bone cells osteoblasts
large bony process located below the neck of the femur trochanter
knucklelike projection at the end of a bone condyle
groove or depression in a bone sulcus
space between the bones of an infant's cranium fontanel
conversion of cartilage into bone or bony tissue ossification
inward curvature of a portion of the spine called lordosis
outward curvature of a portion of the spine kyphosis
lateral curvature of a portion of the spine scoliosis
shinbone tibia
heel bone calcaneus
needlelike bony spicules that give cancellous bone its spongy appearance trabeculae
shaftlike portion of a long bone diaphysis
thick, white, fibrous membrane that covers the surface of the shaft of long bones periosteum
end of bone epiphysis
Irregular bones imbedded in tendons near a joint, as in the kneecap sesamoid bones
blast/o embyonic stage
An elevated, broad, rounded process of a bone tuberosity
Hollow or shallow concave depression in a bone fossa
The normal formation and development of blood cells in the bone marrow hematopoiesis
Mature bone cells osteocytes
An opening or hollow space in a bone; a cavity within a bone sinus
Created by: morganha.2012