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Bio47S11HO06 - Biology 47 - Human Anatomy Lecture 6 Osseous...

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Unformatted text preview: Biology 47 - Human Anatomy Lecture 6 Osseous Tissue • Composition : 1. Bone : 2. Ligaments : Connects : 3. Cartilage : 4. Periosteoum : Osseous Tissue (Bone) Structure : 1. Compact (Cortical) Bone : “ Solid” “Little open space in matrix” Function: Structural Unit : 2. Spongy (Cancellous) Bone : “ Lattice ” “Open space in matrix” Structure: a. Trabeculae: b. Loose Areolar CT: Fills space : Contains : Function : a. Reduces bone weight While maintaining : b. Site of: Long Bone Anatomy : Extremity Bones • Compact Bone : 1. Forms : a. Shaft: > Long portion of : Structure: Osteons parallel to : Function : Resistant to : b. Surface: Function: Surface thickness affected by: Clinical application: Osgood-Schlatter Disease Long Bone Regions : 1. Epiphysis ( Head ): Epi = “above” ; physis = “growth” • Epiphysis Composition : a. Spongy Bone : b. Compact Bone : 2. Diaphysis : Dia = “through” • Shaft Composition : Compact bone tube Central space : Contents : Function : 3. Metaphysis : “ Union ” • Location : Between • Site of bone growth: • Composition : Juvenile : Hyaline cartilage: Adult : Ossifies into the : Clinical Importance : Epiphyseal Fractures Osteogenesis : “ Bone Formation ” Clinical application: Osgood-Schlatter Disease Long Bone Regions : 1. Epiphysis ( Head ): Epi = “above” ; physis...
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This note was uploaded on 09/02/2011 for the course BIO 47 taught by Professor Peters during the Spring '11 term at West Valley.

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Bio47S11HO06 - Biology 47 - Human Anatomy Lecture 6 Osseous...

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