Differences between a young childs skeleton and that of a small adult include

Differences between a young childs skeleton and that

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41) Differences between a young child's skeleton and that of a small adult include which of the following? A) The child skeleton has full dentition.B) In the child's skeleton a frontal suture is present.C) There is a large mastoid process in the child skeleton.D) The external auditory meatus is larger in the child.E) All of the answers are correct.Answer: BSection Title: Individual Variation in the Skeletal SystemLearning Outcome: 7.4Bloom's Taxonomy: Application 42) Characteristics that specifically identify a skeletal element as belonging to a female include BSection Title: Individual Variation in the Skeletal SystemLearning Outcome: 7.5Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 43) Age of a skeleton can be determined from ESection Title: Individual Variation in the Skeletal SystemLearning Outcome: 7.6 Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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44) Closure of the fontanels is typically complete around the age of CSection Title: Individual Variation in the Skeletal SystemLearning Outcome: 7.6Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 45) Which event occurs first as an individual grows and ages? A) The frontal suture closes.B) The ossification centers of the occipital bone fuse.C) The styloid process fuses to the temporal bone.D) The adult dentition appears.E) The hyoid bone finishes ossifying and fusing.Answer: BSection Title: Individual Variation in the Skeletal SystemLearning Outcome: 7.6Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 46) Most bones in the appendicular skeleton develop from ESection Title: Individual Variation in the Skeletal SystemLearning Outcome: 7.6 Bloom's Taxonomy: Application
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