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http://realtimedj.com/cal/nc/palattel.nsf/login.html
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common locs of osteoblasts except:
1. periosteum
2. lining red marrow spaces of ephiph. plate
3. covering artic. cart.
4. lining medullary cavity
2,3
osteon composed of
layers of lamellar bone surrounding a central canal
osteoblastic region active in bone widening
osteogenic layer of periosteum
longitudinal growth of long bones ends when
epiphyses and diapysis fuse
remodeling unit consists of:
1. osteoblasts
2. osteocytes
3. canaliculi
4. osteoclasts
1,4
after a fracture what happens
hemorrahage and hematoma
important bone fxns include:
1. support of pelvic organs
2. protection of brain
3. mvmt of limbs
4. protection of skin
1,2,3
membrane that lines the medullary cavity
endosteum
cells that produce bone matrix
osteoblasts
outer layer of long bone
periosteum
lack of calcium/exercise leads to
osteoporosis
thing connecting two osteocytes in an osteon is
canaliculi