Repair for Fractures/ Bone Growth

  1. The fetal skeleton is made of what?
    Cartilage
  2. Where is the primary site of endochondral ossification?
    The Diaphyses
  3. The replacement of cartilage by bone by osteoblasts
    Endochondral Ossification
  4. Bone cells which build bone
    Osteoblasts
  5. The secondary site of ossification begins where?
    The Epiphyses
  6. When a large blood clot forms from ruptured blood vessels in the bone
    Hematoma
  7. The hemotoma is gradually replaced with fibrocartilage. This ties two fragments together.
    Fibrocartilage Callus
  8. The oseteoblasts replace fibrocartilage with the trabeculae of spongy bone
    Bony Callus
  9. Osteoblasts absorb the spongy bone and create a new meduliary cavity, as osteoblasts lay down compact bone
    Remodeling
Author
getsillyes
ID
190377
Card Set
Repair for Fractures/ Bone Growth
Description
anatomy
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