Hypercalcemia excessive amounts of calcium bind to the cell surface, increasing
the charge difference across the membrane and making sodium channels less
responsive; in addition, calcium ions bind to membrane proteins that serve as
sodium channels and inh
4. What is the covering of the long bone as well as the marrow cavity lining?
Periosteum. A tough, outer fibrous layer of collagen and an inner osteogenic layer
of bone-forming cells
Endosteum. Thin layer of reticular connective tissue, covering all theho
with the other. Comminuted a bone is broken into 3 or more pieces. Greenstick
one in which the bone is incompletely broken on one side but merely bent on the
17. What is involved in the following conditions: Osteomalacia, Rickets, and
22. Know the names of the adult sutures of the skull and their locations. What
bones of the skull do they separate?
Squamous sutureseparating parietal and temporal bones
23. Where are the occipital condyles located? What do they articulate with?
10. What does Wolffs law state and what does it involve?
The architecture of a bone is determined by the mechanical stresses placed upon
it, and the bond theory adapts to withstand those stresses. Involves remodeling of
bones (absorption and reabsorption)
connected to sternum (costal cartilage). Symphasts bones joined by fiber
cartilage ex. Pubic sympahasis joining right and left iliac
31. What type of joints are the most or least movable?
Synovial joints (diarthosis or diarthrodial) most common, many free
8. What is Intramembranous and endochondral ossification? What types of
bone growth does each involve and how is it accomplished?
Intramembranous ossification produces the flat bones of the skull and most of
the clavicle. Mesenchyme first condenses into s
circumduction one end of appendage remains fairly stationary while other end
makes circular motion
rotation any bone turning around fixed axis
supination/pronation: supination facing anteriorly; pronation facing
34. What is arthrology?
STUDY OUTLINE FOR EXAM #2 A &P I LECTURECHAPTERS 7, 8, AND 9
PLEASE BE ABLE TO UNDERSTAND AND APPLY THE FOLLOWING;
1. What is the difference between and open and closed reduction procedure?
1. Closed reduction. A procedure in which the bone fragments are
point of articulation for ribs 1-10. NONE on T11 and T12 because ribs 11 and 12
attach only to bodies of vertebraes.
27. Where is the hyoid bone located and what is its function?
Slender U shaped, located between the chin and larynx serves for attachment
Wccc Spring 2016
In this lab, our blood was tested for the vision of the composition of blood. Blood is
liquid connective tissue. The different test ran on blood is a basic finger stick, bloo