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Week 6 Case Study: BoneKejuan AmbroseAnatomy & PhysiologyDean Astle1.Describe the bone cells that are involved in generation of bone tissue.The cells that are involved in bone tissue are osteoblasts because they build cells.2.Describe the steps of fracture repair.The steps of freacture repair include 1. Formation of hematoma and granulation tissue 2.Formation of a soft callus. 3. Conversion to hard callus 4. RemodelingThe physician indicated that Kyndall was lucky because the fracture occurred about 3inchesbelow the epiphyseal plate. Why is this important? What are some possibleoutcomes if theepiphyseal plate had been damaged?
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Term
Spring
Professor
Hansen Salhieh
Tags
anatomy physiology, callus, epiphyseal plate, Epiphysis, steps of fracture repair

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