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C contains the proximal epiphysis d is the center

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C. contains the proximal epiphysis.D. is the center length of a bone.E. both A. and C.D. is the center length of a bone.Compact bone:A. forms the exterior of bones.B. forms the interior of bones.C. is lighter than spongy bone.D. contains numerous bars and plates with irregular spaces.E. both B. and D.A. forms the exterior of bones.Intramembranous ossification is the formation of _______ from ________:A. a growth plate; the center of a bone.B. long bones; hyaline cartilage.C. flat bones; connective tissue.D. a primary ossification center; a cartilaginous disc.E. both A. and C.C. flat bones; connective tissue.What term best describes the type of fracture pictured below?Greenstick (the bone isbroken, but not all the way across)A patient has a diagnosis of osteoporosis.(1) In your own words, describe this diagnosis and(2) What type of bone cell would they be lacking? Explain your answer.Osteoporosis is abone disease resulting from bone degeneration. This is a condition in which bones become weakand brittle. Patients are lacking osteoblasts, which build up bone cells. In this disease, new bonecreation cannot keep up with old bone removal.Your patient has back pain due to a herniated disc. (1) In your own words explain what it meansto have a herniated disc. (2) As reviewed in the module, discuss one treatment option to addressyour patient's pain.Herniated disc is when the disc between the vertebrae slips and presses onthe spinal cord or nerves. This causes the pain. This condition can be treated in a few ways. One
form is physical therapy in strengthening the muscles in the area. Surgery is an option, resulting

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Term
Spring
Professor
Rebekah Stepp
Tags
ethmoid bone, Glenohumeral joint, Bone Disease, E B

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