Chapter 6 Practice Questions

The areas between osteons contain a interstitial

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9) The areas between osteons contain: A) interstitial lamellae B) circumferential lamellae C) yellow marrow D) red marrow Answer: A Topic: HISTOLOGY OF BONE TISSUE 10) Intramembranous ossification is the process that: 11) Put the following in correct order for endochondral ossification. 12) 1. Mesenchymal cells of the embryo develop into cartilage-producing cells. 13) 2. The periosteum (formerly perichondrium) begins to produce a thin layer of compact bone. 3. A hyaline cartilage model of the future bone is formed. 4. Cartilage in the midregion of the model becomes calcified. 5. Spongy bone tissue develops at the primary ossification center. 6. Secondary ossification centers produce spongy bone tissue of the epiphyses. 7. Medullary cavity is formed. 2
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Topic: BONE FORMATION 12) Appearance of the epiphyseal line means: 13) Growth in length as a long bone develops is called _____ growth. A) intramembranous B) interstitial C) appositional D) periosteal Answer: B Topic: BONE FORMATION 14) The nutrient artery of a long bone: 15) Normal bone growth and replacement depends on the presence of: 16) What is the correct progression of events in repair of a bone fracture? 1. development of an actively growing connective tissue procallus 2. formation of a fracture hematoma 3. remodeling of the callus 4. development of a fibrocartilaginous callus 5. development of a bony callus of spongy bone tissue
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  • Winter '13
  • Drs.Hildebrandt,Raoof,StribleyandSullivan
  • Human Anatomy, Bone fracture

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