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Name 5 functions of the skeletal system
1. Support
2. Protects
3. Movement
4. Storage
5. Blood cell production
Name the 5 shapes of bones
1. Long
2. Short
3. Irregular
4. Short
5. Seasimoid
What does the axial skeleton consist of?
Skull, veterbral column and thoracic cage
What does the appendicular skeleton consist of?
Extremities and pelvis
Define these bone markings
1. Condyle
2. Epicondyle
3. Head
4. Spine
5. Tubercle
- bump
1. bump on a bump
2. enlarged rounded end
3. very high ridge
4. small rounded bump
Define these bone markings
1. Alveolus
2. Foramen
3. Fovea
4. Sinus
1. Cavity or socket
2. opening or hole
3. little pit
4. cavity
Define these bone markings
1. Facet
2. Crest
3. Process
4. Trochanter
5. Tuberosity
1. Flat spot
2. bone reaching to bone
3. prominent ridge
4. projections
5. bump
Name these bone markings
1. Fissure
2. Fossa
3. Meatus
4. Sulcus
1. Slit in groove of bone
2. depression or hole in bone
3. canal or tunnel
4. groove or narrow depression
Name the 3 minerals stored in the bones
1. Calcium
2. Phosphorus
3. Magnesium
The Sella Turcica has a depression that holds what?
Pituitary gland
Condylar process
Posterior process of the mandible
Coronoid process
Anterior process of the mandible
Lordosis
Exaggerated lumbar curve (hollow back)
Kyphosis
Exaggerated thoracic curve (hump back)- found in older women with bone loss
Osteoporosis
Bone loss, found especially in women