Chapter 6 Skeletal Tissues-2

Chapter 6 Skeletal Tissues-2 - Bi2242 Human Anatomy and...

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Bi2242 – Human Anatomy and Physiology I Study Guide: Chapter 6 Terms to know: hematopoiesis articular ligament peritoneal ligament tendon fibrodysplasia ossificans Marfan’s syndrome ACL injury tendonitis hyaline cartilage elastic cartilage fibrocartilage chondrocyte perichondrium synovial fluid cauliflower ear osteoarthritis herniated disc torn meniscus long bone short bone sesamoid bone flat bone irregular bone epiphysis metaphysis diaphysis spongy bone medullary cavity compact bone osteon lamellae central canal lacuna bone matrix osteocyte canaliculi trabeculae osteoblast osteocyte osteoclast bone lining cell osteogenic stem cell osteocalcin bone modeling bone remodeling epiphyseal plate ossification epiphyseal line growth hormone acromegaly rickets quiescence activation resorption Wolffe’s law stress fracture calcitonin parathyroid hormone hyperparathyroidism osteoporosis Paget’s disease closed fracture open fracture simple fracture compound fracture comminuted fracture avulsion fracture depressed fracture compression fracture epiphyseal fracture hematoma callus red bone marrow yellow bone marrow
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