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dislocation because it is held in place primarily by muscular and ligamentattachment with very little bony stability.
Question 145 / 5 ptsLabel the bones in the figure below:A: ____________B: ____________C: ____________D: ____________E: _____________
Your Answer:
Question 155 / 5 pts
Label the following bones in the figure below:A: ___________C: ___________E: ___________F: ___________G: ___________Your Answer:A. 1th MetatarsalC.Lateral Cuneiform
Question 162 / 2 ptsYellow bone marrow:
Question 172 / 2 ptsThe epiphysis of a bone:A. is found at the ends of long bones.B. contains the articular cartilage at joint articulations.
C. contains the diaphysis.D. is the center length of a bone.Correct!E. both A. and B.Question 182 / 2 ptsCompact bone:Correct!
Question 192 / 2 ptsIntramembranous ossification is the formation of _______ from ________:
B. long bones; hyaline cartilage.Correct!C. flat bones; connective tissue.D. a primary ossification center; a cartilaginous disc.E. both A. and C.Question 202 / 2 ptsWhat termbestdescribes the type of fracture pictured below?

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Term
Spring
Professor
Rebekah Stepp
Tags
frontal bone, ethmoid bone, Glenohumeral joint, iliolumbar ligament

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