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Type of bone cells
1. osteogenic
2. osteoblast
3. osteocytes
4. osteoclast
stem cells that give rise to new ones to begin bone tissue
osteogenic
bone-forming cells
osteoblast
bone cells become entrapped in a calcified matrix
osteocytes
bone dissolving cells in surface of bone
osteoclast
types of ossification
1. intramembraneous
2. endochondral
bones develop from pre existing model of hyaline cartilage
endochondrial ossification
forms flat bones of skull and must of clavicle
intramembraneous ossification
types of bone fractures
1. closed
2. open
3. complete
4. incomplete
5. greenstick
6. hairline