Medical Terminology & Coding - Chapter 5 Terminology Study Guide W ANSW ON SOME

Medical Terminology & Coding - Chapter 5 Terminology Study Guide W ANSW ON SOME

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Medical Terminology and Coding Chapter 5 Terminology Study Guide 1) The diaphysis of a long bone is the SHAFT. 2) A white membrane that covers the shaft of a long bone is the PERIOSTEUM. 3) The first set of seven bones forming the neck is called the CERVICAL VERTEBRAE. 4) The medical term for the collarbone is CLAVICLE. 5) The upper jawbone is called the MAXILLA. 6) The term that means shoulder blade is . 7) The wrist bones are called the CARPALS___. 8) The upper arm bone is called the HUMERUS. 9) The upper, wing-shaped portion of the pelvic bone and the largest of the three pelvic bones is called the ILIUM. 10) The foot bones are called the TARSALS.
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11) The structure that attaches muscle to bone is called the TENDON. 12) The type of muscle tissue that is striated and voluntary is SKELETAL. 13) Movement that turns the palms up is called______________________. 14) Drawing away from the middle is a movement called ABDUCTION. 15) Rotation is a movement described as______________________. 16) The movement in which a limb is placed in a straight position is___________________. 17)
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This note was uploaded on 10/11/2009 for the course IST 149 taught by Professor Juliebecker during the Fall '09 term at Three Rivers CC.

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Medical Terminology & Coding - Chapter 5 Terminology Study Guide W ANSW ON SOME

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