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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/30/11 Test 2 Review Osseous Tissue, Axial Skeleton, Appendicular Skeleton, Articulations
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9/30/11 Osseous Tissue Functions Protect Structure Lever System Mineral and fat storage Hematopoiesis Characteristics Inorganic (calcium salts) and organic
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9/30/11 Osseous Tissue Cells Name Function
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9/30/11 Long Bone Note: Medullary cavity is the space inside the body of a long bone, endosteum lines the medullary cavity
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9/30/11 Periosteum Outer Layer Tendons and ligaments attachment Sharpey’s fibers Osteogenic layer (inner) Bon growth and repair Vascular Nutrient Artery
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9/30/11 Red Marrow vs. Yellow Marrow Yellow Marrow Filled with fact, minerals, and blood vessels Found within compact bone in the medullary cavity Red Marrow Hematopoiesis Found in the proximal and distal epiphysis
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9/30/11 Compact Bone
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9/30/11 5 Elements of Osteons Central canal Concentric lamellae Canaliculi CANALS Lacuna SPACE Osteocytes
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9/30/11 Ossification Processes (2) Don’t forget about diploe!!!
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9/30/11 Interstitial Growth Don’t forget… Interstitial growth is the growth of the Diaphysis (longitudinal) Appositional growth is circumferential growth
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9/30/11 Need to Know: Skull Frontal, parietal, temporal (mastoid, styloid, acoustic meatus), occipital (foramen magnum), maxillae, zygomatic, zygomatic arch (components), mandible (TMJ). Sutures - coronal, sagittal, lambdoid, squamous
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9/30/11 Skull
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9/30/11 Mandible
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9/30/11 Need to Know: Vertebra Normal curvatures, total number, sections, number within sections, body, vertebral disks, spinous processes (how these differ from one section to another), articular processes, transverse processes, facets, demifacets, intervetebral foramen, vertebral canal, vertebral arch, pedicle, lamina, sacral
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9/30/11 General Vertebra
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9/30/11 General Vertebra
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2011 for the course KIN 2500 taught by Professor Hargroder during the Fall '08 term at LSU.

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