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Ch 5 Review Skeletal System
Identify structure A.Periosteum B.Diaphysis C.Epiphysis D.Spongy bone
What holds the periosteum to the underlying bone? A.Diaphysis B.Epiphysis C.Cartilage D.Sharpey’s fibers
Identify structure A.Elastic cartilage B.Hyaline cartilage C.Synovial cartilage D.Periosteum
NOT a Function of Skeletal System? A.Thermoregulation B.Blood cell formation C.Mineral storage D.Movement
Function of red VS yellow marrow? A.Fat storage VS make blood cells B.Blood storage VS make fat C.Make blood cells VS store fat D.Provide blood cells VS make fat
Identify structure A.Diaphysis B.Proximal epiphysis C.Distal epiphysis D.Marrow
Presence of an epiphyseal plate implies the long bone is A.done growing B.lengthening C.shortening D.growing in diameter
Identify structure A.Periosteum B.Marrow C.Epiphysis D.Growth plate
What is found in a central canal of an osteon? A.Osteocytes B.Blood vessels & nerves C.Osteons D.Bone marrow
Compact VS Spongy bone? A.Dense VS Needle-like & airy B.Needle-like & airy VS Dense C.Red marrow VS Yellow marrow D.Inside of bone VS outside of bone
Depression that holds an osteocyte? A.Osteon B.Central canal C.Lacuna D.Lamella
Identify structure A.Periosteum B.Diaphysis C.Distal epiphysis D.Proximal epiphysis
What tissue turns into long bones? A.Fontanels B.Dense connective C.Elastic cartilage D.Hyaline cartilage
Fractured bone in many pieces A.Comminuted B.Compression C.Greenstick D.Compound
Bone remodeling (eating) is primarily done by: A.Osteons B.Osteocytes C.Osteoblasts D.Osteoclasts
Identify structure A.Growth plate B.Endosteum C.Sharpey’s Fibers D.Diaphysis
Put the following in correct order: 1.bony callus 2.cartilage callus 3.remodeling 4.hematoma A.1, 2, 3, 4 B.3, 2, 4, 1 C.4, 2, 1, 3 D.2, 3, 4, 1
Cushioning structure associated with synovial joints? A.Bursa B.Tendon C.Synovial membrane D.Hyaline cartilage
Broken bone breaking skin? A.Simple B.Compound C.Greenstick D.Comminuted
Identify structure A.Red marrow B.Yellow marrow C.Periosteum D.Endosteum
Arthritis affects what structures? A.Diaphyses B.Fontanels C.Joints D.Bursae
Lubricates joints? A.Bursae B.Interstitial fluid C.Hyaline fluid D.Synovial fluid
When a joint is out of position, it is A.broken B.fractured C.double jointed D.dislocated
Connection between flat bones that ossifies after birth A.Fontanel B.Suture C.Periosteum D.Epiphysis
Rank the joint types from most movement to least movement 1. Amphiarthroses2. Diarthroses3. Synarthroses A.1, 2, 3 B.3, 2, 1 C.2, 1, 3 D.2, 3, 1
Cartilage VS Fibrous joints A.Pubic symphysis VS Elbow B.Elbow VS pubic symphysis C.Tibiofibular VS Intervertebral discs D.Intervertebral disc VS Tibiofibular
Age that UL ratio becomes 1:1? A.5 B.10 C.15 D.20
Identify structure A.Periosteum B.Contains red marrow in children C.Epiphysis D.Distal diaphysis
Know examples of these joints Ball & Socket Suture Hinge Pivot Saddle
Know types of joints – S, A, or D?
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