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(compact bone) What is the haversion canal?
it contains blood vessels and nerves for the bone
*slide 3- Red arrow pointing at a dark area
(compact bone) Lacuna
osteocytes sits there
*slide 3-yellow arrrow
(spongy bone) What is the dot in the pink membrane? (slide 4- black arrow)
it is a lacuna
(spongy bone) What is the blue stuff between the pink membranes? (slide 4-black X)
it is space between trabecula, which is filled with lots of blood cells.
(spongy bone) what is the dot on the outside of the trabecula?
what is a skeleton composed off? (4)
What 3 things does the axial skeleton support?
WHat 3 things does the axial skelton protect?
What is calvaria?
refers to the dome like top of the skull
what 2 cranial bones are paired?
What 4 bones of the cranial are unpaired?
What are sutures?
joints that hold the cranial bones together
parietal bones meet the frontal
parietal bones meet in the midline of cranium
-parietal bone meets the occipital bones
parietal and temporal bones meet on the lateral side of skull
WHat is a fontanel?>
dense membraneous connective tissue in young children
*will be replaced by bone
**these are the locations of the adult sutures
(bones of the face) Is the mandible unpaired or paired?
(bones of the face) Is the vomer an unpaired or paired?
Which 3 sturcutres help form the nasal septum?
-perpendicular plate of ethmoid bone
(bones of the face) which 6 are paired bones?
-inferior nasal concha
(bones of the face) Which 7 bones form the orbit?
4 types of paranasal sinuses
(abnormal curvatures of the spine) Kyphosis
dorsally exaggerated thoracic curvature
(abnormal curvatures of the spine) Lordosis
accentuated lumbar curvature
(abnormal curvatures of the spine) Scoliosis
abnormal lateral curvature
Whats name of "true ribs" ?
what is the name of false ribs?
How many vertebrosternal ribs are there?
How many vertebrochondral ribs are there?
how many floating ribs are there?