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AMPHIARTHROSES SLIGHTLY MOVEABLE JOINTS
APPENDICULAR SKELETON THE BONES OF THE APPENDAGES OR LIMBS
ARTICULATED THE ACT OF THE BONES OF THE SKELETON BEING IN THEIR PROPER LOCATION AND JOINED TOGETHER AT THE JOINTS
AXIAL SKELETON BONES THAT MAKE UP THE AXIS OF THE BODY OR THE MAIN POINT FROM WHICH THE LIMBS ARE JOINED
CALLUS RAISED AREA THAT FORMS AROUND THE BREAK IN A BONE AS A RESULT OF OSTEOBLASTS CREATING CARTILAGE TO REPAIR THE BREAK
CARTILAGE FIBROUS TISSUE FOUND BETWEEN BONES ACTS AS A CUSHION TO PREVENT BONE GRINDING AGAINST BONE
COMPACT BONE BONE THAT HAS A DENSE AND HEAVY STRUCTURE FOUND IN BONES THAT NEED STRENGTH TO HOLD THE BODY UPRIGHT
DIAPHYSIS SHAFT OF A LONG BONE
DIARTHROSES FREELY MOVABLE JOINT
EPIPHYSIS END OF OF A LONG BONE THE SITE OF BONE GROWTH
FONTANEL CARTILAGE FOUND BETWEEN THE SKULL BONES IN NEWBORNS
JOINT PLACE WHERE TWO BONES COME TOGETHER
LIGAMENT CONNECTIVE TISSUE THAT JOINS BONE TO BONE AT A JOINT
OSSEOUS TISSUE TYPE OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE THAT FORMS THE SKELETON ALSO CALLED BONE TISSUE
OSSIFICATION PROCESS OF CARTILAGE TURNING TO BONE
OSTEOBLAST CELLS THAT CREATE BONE
OSTEOCLAST BONE BREAKER
OSTEOCYTES INDIVIDUAL BONE CELLS
PERIOSTEUM PROTECTIVE TISSUE THAT SURROUNDS A LONG BONE
PROCESS OUTCROPPING OF BONE THAT PROVIDES A PLACE FOR MUSCLE OR LIGAMENT ATTACHMENT
RED MARROW FOUND IN SPONGY BONE THE SITE FOR BLOOD CELL PRODUCTION
SPONGY BONE BONE THAT IS LIGHTER AND MORE POROUS THAN COMPACT BONE IT IS FOUND IN BONES THAT DO NOT NEED TO BE AS HEAVY SUCH AS THE SKULL AND RIBS
SUTURES STRUCTURES IN THE SKULL WHERE THE FIBROUS CARTILAGE THAT SEPARATED THE SKULL BONES FUSED AFTER OSSIFICATION
SYNARTHROSES IMMOVABLE JOINTS
YELLOW MARROW SUBSTANCE FOUND IN THE SHAFTS OF LONG BONES MADE OF ADIPOSE TISSUE OR FAT
PERIOSTEUM PROTECTIVE TISSUE THAT SURROUNDS A LONG BONE
DIAPHYSIS SHAFT OF A LONG BONE
EPIPHYSIS END OF A LONG BONE THE SITE OF BONE GROWTH
LONG BONES
SHORT BONES
FLAT BONES
IRREGULAR BONES
CERVICAL VERTEBRAE
THORACIC VERTEBRAE PART OF THE VENTRAL CAVITY LOCATED UNDER THE RIB CAGE AND ABOVE THE THE DIAPHRAGM ALSO CALLED THE CHEST CAVITY
LUMBAR VERTEBRAE IS THE LAST FIVE VERTEBRAES
BALL AND SOCKET JOINT ALLOWS ROTATING MOVEMENT SHOULDER AND HIP
HINGE JOINT ALLOWS MOVEMENT ONE WAY ELBOW AND KNEE
CONDYLOID JOINT THIS JOINT CAN MOVE SIDE TO SIDE FINGER AND TOES
PLANE JOINT ONE GLIDES AGAINST ANOTER ARTICULATING BONE ENDS ARE FLAT WRIST AND ANKLE
PIVOT JOINT ROUNDED END OF ONE BONE AND ALLOWS ROTATION ATLAS AND AXIS
SADDLE JOINT ONE BONE IS CONVEX AND THE ARTICULATING BONE IS CONCAVE FORMING A SADDLE ALLOWS CIRCUMDUCTION MOVEMENT THUMB
ACHONDROPLASIA GENETIC DISEASE OF THE CONNECTIVE TISSUE THAT RESULTS IN A NORMAL SIZED TORSO BUT SHORTENED LIMBS
DISLOCATION DISPLACEMENT OF A BONE FROM THE JOINT
KYPHOSIS AN EXAGGERATED THORACIC CURVE CALLED HUNCHBACK
LORDOSIS AN EXAGGERATED LUMBAR CURVE CALLED SWAYBACK
OSTEOARTHRITIS PROGRESSIVE WEARING AWAY OF JOINTS BEACUSE OF AGE OR INJURY SYMPTOMS INCLUDE PAIN AND STIFFNESS WHICH INCREASE DURING COLD DAMP WEATHER
OSTEOPOROSIS LOSS OF BONE DENSITY CAUSED BY DECREASED MINERAL RETENTION IN THE BONES SECONDARY TO A LACK OF ESTROGEN SO THAT BONES WEAKEN AND BREAK EASILY COMMONLY AFFECTS POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN
PAGET DISEASE ABNORMAL BONE DESTRUCTION AND REPAIR WHICH CREATES BONE IRREGULARITES AND DEFORMITIES AFFECTS MIDDLE AGED AND ELDERLY ADULTS
SCOLIOSIS LATERAL CURVATURE OF THE SPINE OCCURS MORE OFTEN DURING ADOLESCENE
TALIPES CONGENITAL DEFORMITY OF THE FOOT WHERE THE FOOT IS IN A FIXED TWISTED POSTITION ALSO CALLED CLUBFOOT
COMMINUTED TWO OR MORE INTERSECTING BREAKS RESULT IN BONE FRAGMENTS
COMPOUND OPEN ENDS OF THE BROKEN BONES HAVE PIERCED THE SKIN
GREENSTICK OCCURS IN CHILDREN WHO STILL HAVE MORE COLLAGEN THAN SOLID BONE AND THE BONE BREAKS LONGITUDINALLY
INCOMPLETE OCCURS WHEN THE BONE BREAKS BUT IS NOT COMPLETELY SEPARATED ACROSS THE WIDTH OF THE BONE
IMPACTED OCCURS WHEN TWO BONES ARE FORCED AGAINST EACH OTHER AND THE BONE ENDS FRAGMENT
PATHOLOGICAL BONE BREAKS BECAUSE OF WEAKNESS SECONDARY TO A DISORDER OF THE BONE
SIMPLE CLOSED BONES ARE BROKEN BUT DO NOT MOVE AND THERE IS LITTLE TRAUMA TO SURROUNDNG TISSUE
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