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How many bones are in the body?
206. 80 are found in the Axial Skeleton(6 in middle ear)126 are found in the Appendicular Skeleton.
What is found in the Axial Skeleton?
A.Skull
B.Hyoid Bome
C.Vertebral Column
D.Sternum
E.Ribs
What is the skull composed of?
Cranium, facial, and ear
What is the Hyoid Bone?
single bone in neck that is U-shaped and articulates with no other bone.
What is the sternum made of?
the Manubrium, body and xiphoid process.
What makes up the Appendicular Skeleton?
Upper Extremity, Lower Extremity.
What is the Upper Extremity made up of?
Shoulder Girdle, which is the Clavicle and scapula.
What is the lower extremity made up of?
Pelvic girdle, which is the coxal
What are the 3 divisions of the Lower extremity?
1) Illium
2) Ischium
3) Pubis
The Male Skeleton is ______and _______.
Larger, Heavier
Male Pelvis is deep and funnel shaped with a narrow ________ _____. ______ than 90'
Subpubic angle, less
Female Pelvis is shallow, broad and flaring with a _____ subpubic agle. ______ than 90'
Wider, more
Upper Extremities include all but what? scapula, humerus, pelvis, radius, ulna
pelvis
Lower Extremeities include all but what?coxal, tibia, fibula, frontal
frontal
What is are the 3 bones in the nose called?
Ethmoids
What are the two types of Connective tissue?
Bone, Cartilage
Ariculations(definition)
points of contact between bones that make movement possible
Compact Bone
Dense and solid in appearance(HEAVIER)
Cancellous Bone
"Spongy"
Four types of Bones
Long
Short
Flat
Irregular
Long
Humerus, Femur
Flat
Scapula, Pelvis
Short
Phalanx
Irregular
Vertebra
Osteoblasts-
bone-forming cells
Osteoclasts-
Bone-reabsorbing cells
Osteocytes-
mature bone cells
Osseous-
Bone
Ossification-
formation of bone
Bones are never more than _____ years old
20