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Them_Bones_Them_Bon - ThemBones,ThemBones AN111 Fall,2004 Dog Cat Skeletonfunction allowmovement Typesofbones Longbones Shortbones Flatbones

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    Them Bones, Them Bones AN111 Fall, 2004
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    Dog
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    Cat
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    Skeleton--function Framework for the body—levers which  allow movement Protection for internal organs Production of blood cells
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    Types of bones Long bones Short bones Flat bones Irregular bones Sesamoid bones
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    Long bones Usually hollow tube- like bones Hollow portion  contains bone  marrow Limbs 
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    Short bones Carpals and tarsals Short, relatively  “square”
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    Flat bones Scapula Skull
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    Irregular bones All the ones that  don’t fit in the other  groups Bones of spine Facial bones
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    Things that go wrong with  bones Fractures Trauma—accident Can classify according to  location and type of  damage Simple, comminuted Diaphyseal, midshaft
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    Pathologic fractures Normal stress on an  abnormal bone Tumor Metabolic bone  disease Other diseases
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  Common orthopedic problems Hip dysplasia, elbow 
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2009 for the course AN 111 taught by Professor Newell during the Fall '04 term at Becker College.

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Them_Bones_Them_Bon - ThemBones,ThemBones AN111 Fall,2004 Dog Cat Skeletonfunction allowmovement Typesofbones Longbones Shortbones Flatbones

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