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compound fracture because onebroken bone is pushing out of the skin
orrect Answerorrect Answerorrect Answerorrect AnswerOpen/compoundpart of the bone shaft breaks out of the skin.5 / 5 ptsQuestion 21
4/5/2021M4: Exam- Requires Respondus LockDown Browser: Essential Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab- Bush18/23Your Answer:A patient has a diagnosis of osteoporosis. (1) In your own words, describethis diagnosis and (2) What type of bone cell would they be lacking?Explain your answer.4 / 5 ptsQuestion 22Your patient has back pain due to a herniated disc. (1) In your own words
4/5/2021M4: Exam- Requires Respondus LockDown Browser: Essential Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab- Bush(1) A herniated disc is an injury to the intervertebral disc,where the center portion of the disc bulges into the vertebralforamen, causing pain.(2) Explanation of1- Physical therapy for strengthening to support backligaments.OR 2- Surgery to fuse two vertebrae together.2 / 10 ptsQuestion 23Matching: Match the joint with the correct joint classification (A-F).*NOTE:Some joints may fall into more than one category.Mark all thatapply.A= Fibrous,B= Cartilaginous, C= Synovial,D= Hinge,E= Ball-and-Socket,F=Saddle1. Elbow joint2. Thumb joint3. Hip joint4. Vertebral joint5. Cranial joints
19/23C=synovial ,B= ball and socket= shoulder jointB cartilaginous=vertebral jointD=hinge,C=synovial .=Knee jointF=saddle,synovial .=thumb joint
4/5/2021M4: Exam- Requires Respondus LockDown Browser: Essential Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab- Bush20/23A =fibrous=cranial jointC=s1. Elbow joint :C= Synovial, D= Hinge2. Thumb joint:C= Synovial, F=Saddle3. Hip joint:C= Synovial, E= Ball-and-Socket4. Vertebral joint:B= Cartilaginous

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Term
Spring
Professor
Alicia
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ethmoid bone, Glenohumeral joint

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