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Bone Vocabulary Mrs. Chotkowski Jr. / Sr. Vet Science
Dislocation or Luxation : Displacement of a bone from its joint.
Periostium: Tough, fibrous tissue that forms the outermost covering of the bone
Meniscus: Curved fibrous cartilage found in some synovial joints
Connections between two bones : Joints or articulations
Sequestrum: Piece of dead bone that is partially or fully detached from the surrounding healthy bone
Manubrium: Cranial portion of the sternum
Amputation: Removal of all or part of a joint
Varus: Inward curvature of a bone
Ankylosis: Loss of mobility of a joint
Chondromalacia: Abnormal softening of cartilage
What do extensor tendons do ???????
Straighten a limb
What is it called when there is an extreme straightening of a limb beyond its normal limits ?
A band of fibers that holds a structure together in an abnormal fashion is a /an:
What is the term for the facial structure of flat faced dogs such as: Boxers, Pugs, Bull Dogs, Bull Mastiffs ………??
Surgical removal of a claw is called:
A break in the skin from a broken bone, causing an open wound in the skin is called ? Open or Compound Fracture
The fibrous band of connective tissue on the ventral abdomen, that is the center attachment of the abdominal muscles, is called what ?
A fibrous band of tissue that connects bone to bone is called ?
Another term for growth plate is?.....
Involuntary Muscle is called:
Smooth, non-striated, unstriated or visceral
First Aid Medical and Injury Terminology. Abrasion An Injury consisting of the loss of a partial thickness of skin from rubbing or scraping on a har,
Skeletal System Skeletal System– Framework of bones and tissues that connect to those bones.
Types of Joints Definition: The site where two or more bones meet. Immovable - Fibrous joints skull tibia/fibula.
The Skeletal System. Functions of the skeletal system Bones act as the framework of the body Bones support and protect the internal organs Joints make.
Key words Flexor Extensor Smooth muscle Skeletal muscle Cardiac muscle.
Skeletal System. Facts 350 bones at birth 206 bones as an adult.
The Skeletal System By: Gabby Maxwell and Daniel Clegg.
December 9, 2014 Objective: To describe how joints function and to differentiate between types of joints Journal: Have you or someone you know ever.
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William Sweetman. Skeletal System Consists of bones, cartilage, joints, ligaments, and tendons Made of connective tissues Connective Tissue Type of tissue.
Principles of Medical Science. Support & Shape to ______ Protection of ______ Makes _______ possible Production of _______.
Skeletal System. Functions Support Protection -Bones protect soft body organs -Example fused bones of the skull protect the brain.
SKELETAL SYSTEM. Fun Questions How many bones are in the human body? Have you ever broken a bone? What is the largest bone in your body?
Skeletal & Muscular Review. QUESTIONS
THE SKELETAL AND MUSCULAR SYSTEMS SKELETAL SYSTEM THE AVERAGE PERSON HAS 206 BONES.
Skeletal System By:Nawaf, Jaafar, and Basel. 1.Supports and Protects the body so the organs stay undamaged organs such as hyoid which breaks when a person.
Journal # 9 12/11/12 What are the names of some bones in your body?
SKELETAL SYSTEM. Welcome Class! Quietly find your seat and get ready for class Hand in skeleton projects below on chair.
SKELETAL SYSTEM Objectives : Identify the functions of the skeletal system. Describe the main divisions and types of bones of the skeletal system. Recognize.
Health Mrs. Wagner. Support your body Give it shape Work with muscles so you can move Bones – store important minerals and release them to the.
Skeletal System Mrs. Schenfield 8 th Grade Life Science.
Chapter 7- Joints. -A point of contact between bones -Articulation -Functions: 1) Hold bones together 2) Allow for mobility -Classification: -Structurally.
Body Systems Bones and Muscles. Skeletal Systems 4 functions Key role in movement Provides a strong, stable, and mobile framework on which muscles can.
Dr Iram Tassaduq Joint in which two bones are separated by a space called a joint cavity Most are freely movable.
Douglas Todey. Functions Give shape to the human body Support the body and hold internal organs in their place Work with the muscular system to create.
Ball and Socket Structure A bone with a round end fits in a cup- shaped socket that does not move.
Tendon : attaches muscle to bone. Fascia : encloses muscles and separates them into groups.
Mammal Organ System. Integumentary System 4 types of tissue: epithelial, connective, muscle, and nervous Epithelial - outer surface of the skin; covers.
Musculoskeletal Injuries. Anatomy of bone Formed of dense connective tissue Store salt and metabolic material Production of RBCs bone marrow Joints Bones.
Section 32.2 The Skeletal System Structure of the Skeletal System Consists of two divisions The Skeletal System The axial skeleton: skull, vertebral.
Chapter 37 Introduction to Body structure. Body Organization Levels/structure of organization -Cells, tissues, Organs and Organ systems -We did cells.
SKELETAL SYSTEM SKELETON, BONES, JOINTS, & CONNECTIVE TISSUES FUNCTIONS, ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, SYSTEM CARE, INJURIES & ILLNESSES.
Anatomy & Physiology The Human Body. Body Organization What’s the smallest unit of life? What’s the smallest unit of life? Cell Human Body: 100 trillion.
HLT31507 CERTIFICATE III IN NUTRITION & DIETETIC ASSISTANCE Week 04 THE SKELETAL SYSTEM delivered by: Mary-Louise Dieckmann.
Skeletal System “Framework of the body” Works with muscle system – Body movement JOBS – Movement – Protection (vital organs) – Site of cell making (blood.
MUSCLES, BONES, JOINTS THERE ARE FOUR TYPES OF MUSCLE, BONE AND JOINT INJURIES.
Chapter 13 Your Body Systems Lesson 1 Your Skeletal and Muscular Systems.
Synovial Joint Allows wide ROM with strength and stability ROM determined by ◦ Bone structure ◦ Strength of ligaments and capsule ◦ Size, arrangement,
THE SKELETAL SYSTEM Chapter 14 Lesson 1 part 1. How do bones, muscles, and skin help maintain the body’s homeostasis?
Antagonistic Muscles D. Crowley, Antagonistic Muscles To know how antagonistic muscles work, and how sports injuries occur.
The Appendicular Skeleton Appendicular Skeleton A. bones of the limbs 1. arms 2. legs B. girdles 1. pectoral 2. pelvic.
Pages What is cartilage and give an example of where it can be found in the body? TOUGH SUPPORTIVE TISSUE NOSE, EAR, RIBS, PELVIS, IN BETWEEN.
Skeletal & Muscular Review. 1. Explain the process of locomotion. Movement of the body or body parts 2. Explain what regulates the skeletal and muscular.
The entire frame of our body is made of bones and is called the skeleton. It is the name given to the framework of bones that holds up the rest of our.
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