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SKELETAL JEOPARDY-2 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 JointsBreaksHands and feetRibsPATHOLOGY Final Jeopardy
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Question Answer A-100 ANSWER: Bones connected by fibrous tissue QUESTION: What are fibrous joints?
Question Answer A-200 ANSWER: Bones connected by cartilage…. QUESTION: What are cartilaginous joints???
Question Answer A-300 ANSWER: Joint cavity with synovial fluid….. QUESTION: What are synovial joints??
Question Answer A-400 ANSWER: Examples are the skull and pelvis…. QUESTION: What are fibrous joints?
Question Answer A-500 ANSWER: Examples of these joints are the ribs and vertebrae…. QUESTION: What are cartilaginous joints???
Question Answer ANSWER: Bone breaks in many places…. QUESTION: Comminuted B-100
Question Answer B-200 ANSWER: Bone is crushed…. QUESTION: Compression
Question Answer B-300 ANSWER: The bone is pressed inward… QUESTION: Depressed
Question Answer B-400 ANSWER: The bone is twisted… QUESTION: Spiral
Question Answer B-500 ANSWER: Bone breaks incompletely…. QUESTION: What is “greenstick?”
Question Answer C-100 ANSWER: Scaphoid, Lunate, Pisiform, Hamate QUESTION: What are the Carpals?
Question Answer C-200 ANSWER: What are 10 in number?? QUESTION: What are the metacarpals?
Question Answer C-300 ANSWER: What are 28 in number and include the proximal, middle and distal. QUESTION: What are the phalanges?
Question Answer C-400 ANSWER: What includes the calcaneous, Talus, Cuboid QUESTION: What are the tarsals?
Question Answer C-500 ANSWER: What are 10 in number? QUESTION: What are the metatarsals??
Question Answer D-100 ANSWER: How many pairs….overall?? QUESTION: What is 12??
Question Answer D-200 ANSWER: The first 7 pair… QUESTION: What are the true ribs?
Question Answer D-300 ANSWER: The last 5 pair…. QUESTION: What are the false ribs…?
Question Answer D-400 ANSWER: These last 2 pair are grouped with the false ribs but have no anterior articulation…. QUESTION: What are the floating ribs??
Question Answer D-500 ANSWER: The anterior and posterior articulation points for the true ribs, (2 answers) QUESTION: What is the thoracic vertebrae and the sternum?
Question Answer E-100 ANSWER: Bone porocity QUESTION: What is osteoporosis?
Question Answer E-200 ANSWER: Vitamin D deficiency… QUESTION: What is Rickets??
Question Answer E-300 ANSWER: Lack of growth hormone…” QUESTION: What is “dwarfism”
Question Answer E-400 ANSWER: Excessive growth hormone QUESTION: What is gigantism?
Question Answer E-500 ANSWER: Premature closure of the cranial sutures…. QUESTION: What is “Plagiocephaly????
Question Answer FINAL JEOPARDY ANSWER: These bone cells absorb old bone……. QUESTION: What are osteoclasts??”
Math Jeopardy LCM or GCF Take it away It all Adds.
Directional Terms Skeletal Structures Overview Types of Joints & Fractures.
Science Jeopardy ABCDE.
Bones of the Hand. The carpals This cluster of bones make up the wrist and for movement and positioning of the hand SLTPTTCH (ACRONYM?) – SCAPHOID – LUNATE.
Skeletal System Part II. Appendicular Skeleton ______ bones of the limbs and pectoral and pelvic girdles 126 In RED.
Science Jeopardy A B C D E
Math Jeopardy Absolutely, the Opposite Order Take.
Skeletal System & Bone Identification
The skeletal system Structure and function of bone Organization of the skeleton Joints.
SKELETAL SYSTEM review
Support- framework that supports body and cradles its soft organs Protection- for delicate organs, heart, lungs, brain Movement- bones act as levers for.
What are the parts of the skeletal system? The parts of the skeletal system include bones, cartilage, tendons, ligaments. What are the functions of the.
Skeletal System Jeopardy
TOONLANAT THUANTHONG THE SKELETAL SYSTEM. Functions of The Skeletal system Support body weight Enable movement Protect vital organs Point of attachment.
Major types of joints:held together by (example): Examples(how much movement?) 1. Fibrous joints – connective tissue fibers a. Sutures – between pairs.
Skeletal System Chapter 7. Adult Skeleton (review) How many bones? What of the 2 main divisions? What are the 4 main shapes? What are the 2 shapes not.
The Skeletal System. Newborn Baby= 350 bones Fusion of bones Mature Adult= 206 bones.
WARM UP List 3 functions of the skeletal system.
The Skeleton. The Head Cranium – Also known as the skull. Protects the brain. Mandible – Jaw bone, holds the teeth in place. Works with the upper mouth.
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