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    Bone Repair Broken or fracture bone have four (4) stages to repair. 1.Hemata formation - due to fractured bone, the blood vessels are also ruptured and caused hematoma formation and inflammation. This allow clotting process and bone cells die at the broken ends. These dead bone cells are remove by osteoclasts. 2.Bone generation - phagocytic cells clear away the dead cells and capillaries grow again. Fibroblast produce collagen fibers that connect the broken bone ends, while osteoblasts start…

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    To understand the Musculo-Skeletal system and how it is suited to the functions that it performs for the body you first need to understand how the system works and what it is responsible for. It is comprised of two separate systems working together as one to provide the body with physical support, the ability to move and protection for its major organs. These two systems are the Skeletal System and the Muscular System and they contain the following:-  Bones of the skeleton  Muscles …

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    Summary The Scientific journal article I chose was about the Skeletal System disease, Rickets. This article delves into cases that prove “Children with disorders characterized by extensive cutaneous scaling, especially those with pigmented skin, are at increased risk of developing vitamin D deficiency and clinical rickets.” (K. Chouhan, 2011) Throughout this journal article there is a plethora of scientific data that proves having these characteristics in any of their forms heighten the risk…

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    Muscular Skeletal System

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    Muscular skeletal system Flat bones = blue (There are flat bones in the skull and the pelvis. The function of flat bones is to protect internal organs such as the brain, heart, and pelvic organs. Flat bones are somewhat flattened, and can provide protection, like a shield; flat bones can also provide large areas of attachment for muscles.) [3] Long bones = red (The long bones, longer than they are wide, include the femur (the longest bone in the body) as well as relatively…

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    1. Explain the relationship between the skeletal and muscular systems. So in the simplest terms, the skeletal system (Bones) make it so that way you have structure in you’re not a blob of skin and cartilage, and the muscular system makes it so that way you can get up and move around. The skeletal system provides the framework for your body, while the muscular system consists of soft tissues that support the skeleton. 2. Why is the circulatory system important? Because it circulates the blood in…

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    ‘calcium bank account.” (“What is Calcium?” n.d.). If one’s intake of calcium is done at different times throughout the day, absorption will be enhanced. But what is too much consumption or supplementation. Storage of calcium is in the bones or skeletal system. “Calcium is also essential for the normal function of muscles, blood vessels, and nerves.” (Harvard Medical School, 2010, p. 1). Calcium when in seen in other tissues can cause medical problems. Calcium in breast tissue for…

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    The adult human skeletal system consists of 206 bones, in which are held together by a network of ligaments, tendons and cartilage that connect them together. Besides movement the skeleton also provides protection to vital organs such as our brain, our heart, lungs and abdominal organs. Although our skeleton provides us with such protection it is still prone to injury, wear and tear, infections, tumors and other conditions that can damage bone and become life threatening.…

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    are bodily systems that play a specific role within each and every human being. In these systems there are specific organs that carry out the the jobs of the respective system. The systems that are included in the physical makeup of a human include the circulatory, immune, skeletal, excretory, muscular, endocrine, digestive, nervous and respiratory. These systems have major similarities that are shared between each system, while also having major differences that separate these systems, work in…

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    Bone Loss Research Paper

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    I really found the chapters challenging this week! Every week, I am more amazed at how complex our bodies are. The amount of different systems, and processes needed to maintain homeostasis constantly. The complex way the body heals itself, is amazing as well. The first year of our lives, our skeletal system replaces itself 100 percent. The rest of our lives, it slows down to replacing about ten percent of itself yearly. That is a huge difference!! Bones remodel themselves in a lifelong process…

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    a variety of functions, including the task of providing storage for nutrients, as well as support for the body as a whole (Bikle and Halloran 1999; Curry 2006; Pearson and Lieberman 2004; Swartz 1989). In order to accomplish those tasks, the skeletal system must have the capability to both withstand and successfully respond to internal and external pressure (Pearson and Lieberman 2004; Swartz 1989). Specifically, stature and weight, in relation to positional behavior, are understood to be the…

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