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Types of Cartilage Fractures Clinical Terms 1 Point 2 Points 3 Points 4 Points 5 Points 1 Point 2 Points 3 Points 4 Points 5 Points 3 Points 4 Points 5 Points Joints All about Bone
These are two hormones that regulate calcium levels in bone. One deposits calcium, the other withdraws it from bone.
What is calcitonin and parathyroid hormone?
Osteocytes can revert to these cells in order to produce more bone when necessary.
What are osteoblasts?
This vitamin is needed in order to absorb calcium.
What is vitamin D?
This type of bone is strong but light and resembles a sponge.
What is cancellous bone?
This is the inner membrane that lines the interior surface of bone.
What is endosteum?
Cartilage cells are also known as this.
What are chondrocytes?
This type of cartilage is the most common and the most rigid. It will be seen as tracheal rings, connecting ribs to sternum, and a fetal skeleton.
What is hyaline cartilage?
This cartilage usually merges with hyaline cartilage and can be found in knee joints, intervertebral spaces, and between bones of pelvic girdle.
What is fibrocartilage?
The epiglottis and the pinna (external portion of ear) are examples of this type of cartilage.
What is elastic cartilage?
This is a vascularized fibrous connective tissue that surrounds the external surface of cartilage. It provides a limited amount of nutrition.
What is perichondrium?
These joints are immovable. Examples are skull sutures and splint bones.
What are fibrous joints?
This terms refers to freely moveable joints.
What is diarthrosis?
These types of joints are lubricated by fluid and have articular surfaces.
What are synovial joints?
When a limb is pulled in towards the body, it is considered to be this.
What is adduction?
This is a type of synovial joint and can be found between C1 and C2 of the axis and atlas, allowing humans to move their heads as if saying “no”.
What is a pivot joint?
This is a fracture where there is no communication between skin and bone and heals easily.
What is a simple fracture?
This fracture is partially through a bone and maybe confused with the nutrient foramina.
What is a greenstick fracture?
Sometimes young animals will fracture their growth plates at the physis. This type of fracture is called…
What is a physeal fracture?
A dog comes in and has been hit by a car. When you get the radiograph back, it shows that his femur is shattered. You tell the doctor that the dog has this type of fracture.
What is a comminuted fracture?
There is definite skin and bone communication with this type of fracture, but you won’t necessarily see the bone.
What is an open fracture?
This terms describes a complete bone dislocation.
What is a luxation?
This term describes a stretched ligament.
What is a sprain?
When the angle of a joint is permanently extended beyond 180°. For example, the fetlock on a horse.
What is hyperextension?
This condition is the inflammation of a joint and includes pain and swelling.
What is osteoarthritis?
This term describes a partial dislocation. An example would be hip dysplasia.
What is a subluxation?
Make your wager
Blood can get into the bone through these two channels.
What is the volkmann’s canal and nutrient foramina?
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