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CHAPTER 6 BONE TISSUECHAPTER 7 AXILA SKELETON (non-lab topics)CHAPTER 8 APPENDICULAR SKELETON (non-lab topics)Panoptos # 7 Intro bone, 8 Ossification, 9 bone remodeling and clinical topicsLecture Objectives:Chapter 61.Discuss the components and functions of the skeletal system.2.List and describe the gross features of a long bone.3.Describe the blood and nerve supply of bone tissue.4.Describe the histological features of compact and spongy bone tissue.5.Contrast the steps involved in intramembranous and endochondral ossification.6.Describe the processes of bone remodeling.7.Define a fracture, describe several common kinds of fractures, and describe thesequence of events involved in fracture repair.8.Describe osteoporosis as a bone tissue problem.9.Differentiate between the 1oand 2oossification centers of a developing longbone.Chapter 710.Describe the structure of the nasal complex and paranasal sinuses.11.Describe the anatomical basis of cleft lip and cleft palate12.Describe the location and significance of fontanels.13.Describe the normal curves of each region of the vertebral column and explainhow and when they develope.14. Explain the anatomical basis of the following conditions:a.herniated discb.Spinal bifidac.Kyphosisd.Lordosise.ScollosisChapter 815.Explain the anatomical basis of the following conditions:a.Colles fractureb.Scaphoid fracturec.Pott fractured.Pes planus16.Compare some structural differences between female and male skeletons,especially those that pertain to the pelvis.Learning Resources:1.Reading assignment:Human Anatomy by McKinley and O’Loughlin Chapters 6, and 82.Anatomy And Physiology Revealed a.Module and Videos on spongy andcompact bone
BONE FUNCTIONSFLEXIBILITY –from collagen fibersSTRENGTH– from mineral saltsHEMATOPOIESIS (HEMOPOIESIS) –formation of white and red blood cellsSUPPORTIVE and PROTECTIONLEVERAGE FOR MUSCLE ACTIONSRESERVOIR OF MINERAL SALTS –for metabolismSTORAGE OF ENERGY -lipidsQuestion 1: What Minerals are stored in bone and why are they important to the body?
BONE CLASSIFICATIONTYPEDESCRIPTIONEXAMPLELong bonesGreater length thanwidthHave elongated,cylindrical shaftOccur in the upperlimb and lower limbThigh, leg, armShort bonesHave a length nearly equalto their width. Covered bycompact bone and interioris composed of spongybone.

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Saltarelli, William
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hyaline cartilage, Intro bone

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