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birth defect where the maxillae and palatine bones don't fuse   cleft palate  
birth defect where the vertebrae don't properly fuse   spina bifida  
problem when the neck muscles supporting the head are injured   whiplash  
soft spot in baby's skull   frontanel  
air spacein a skull bone   sinus  
an immovable joint in the skull   suture  
exaggerated lumbar curvature   lordosis  
exaggerated thoracic curvature   kyphosis  
replacing old bone with new bone   remodeling  
too little growth horomone results in this condition   dwarfism  
vertebrae, coaxe, ethmoid, sphenoid   irregular bones  
vitamin c deficiency   scurvy  
vitamin D deficiency disease resulting in weak, flexable bones   otteomalacia (rickets)  
when artificial bone is placed into a break to facilitate new bone formation   bone graft  
where blood enters and leaves a bone   nutrient vessels  
passageways for blood vessels and nerves   foramen  
projections for muscle attachment   tuberosity  
a shallow depression   fossa  
a smooth surface where bones articulate and move   condyle  
when the partition between the two sides of the nose isn't straight   deviated septum  
irritaition of the jaw joint   TMJ syndrome  
a unique bone that doesn't articulate with other bones   hyoid  
the eye socket   orbit  
the vertebra without a body   atlas  


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