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Muscoskeletal System

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The _____ serves as the body’s frame. It is actually a combination of two systems— the skeletal system and the muscular system. Muscoskeletal System
The main outermost portion of bones is composed of a tough tissue membrane called the ______. periosteum
______ is the strong portion of the bone that does not bend Compact bone
The ends of the bones are covered with a layer of cartilage called _______. articular cartilage
Bone ends contain very little compact bone. Instead, they mainly are composed of a spongy substance called ______. cancellous bone
Beneath the compact and cancellous bone is a hollow area called the ______. medullary cavity (or medullary canal)
_____ and _____ are also located within the medullary cavity. Nerves and blood vessels
Created by: jhey33