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MAKES UP MOST OF THE LONG BONE'S LENGTH
DIAPHYSIS
FIBROUS CONNECTIVE TISSUE THAT COVERS AND PROTECTS THE DIAPHYSIS
PERIOSTEUM
SECURE THE PERIOSTEUM TO THE UNDERLYING THE UNDERLYING BONE
SHARPEY'S OR PERFORATING FIBERS
THE ENDS OF LONG BONES
EPIPHYSES
COVERS THE EXTERNAL SUFRACE OF THE EPIPHYSIS
ARTICULAR CARTILAGE
STORAGE AREA(CAVITY) FOR ADIPOSE TISSUE IN THE SHAFT OF LONG BONE
YELLOW MARROW OR MEDULLARY CAVITY
RED MARROW IN ADULTS FOUND IN
THE CAVITIES OF SPONGY BONEOF FLAT BONES AND EPIPHYSIS OF SOME LONG BONES
RED MARROW IN INFANTS FOUND IN
MEDULLARY CAVITY
TWO TYPES OF BONE MARKINGS

NAMES START WITH "T"
NAMES START WITH "F" (EXCEPT FACET)
PROJECTIONS & PROCESSES

PROJECTIONS
PROCESSES
MATURE BLOOD CELL
OSTEOCYTE
OCCUPIED BY OCTEOCYTES
LAUCUNEA
LACUNAE ARE ARRANGED IN CONCENTRIC CIRCLES CALLED
CENTRAL (HAVERSIAN) CANALS
EACH COMPLEX CONSISTING OF CENTRAL CANAL AND MATRIX RINGS
OSTEON OR HAVERSIAN SYSTEM
CENTRAL CANALS RUN LEGTHWISE THROUGH THE BONY MATRIX CARRYING BLOOD VESSLES AND NERVES TO ALL AREAS OF THE BONE
CANALICULI
RUN INTO THE COMACT BONE AT RIGHT ANGLES
PERFORATING (VOLKMANN'S) CANALS