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Skeletal System

Functions of the Skeletal System Structure of the Skeletal System Types of Bones Body Movement Bone Fractures/ Diseases
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Bones provide a supporting _________
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Bones provide a supporting _________
Framework
Bones protect internal_________
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Bones protect internal_________
Organs
Bones allow ___________ of your body (from here to there)
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Bones allow ___________ of your body (from here to there)
Movement
What is the function of red bone marrow?
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What is the function of red bone marrow?
Provides the body with oxygen
What is the function of yellow bone marrow?
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What is the function of yellow bone marrow?
Fatty tissue, stores energy needed by the body, turns to red if the body needs it
The skeletal system is divided into ____ main parts?
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The skeletal system is divided into ____ main parts?
2
What are the names of the 2 skeletal systems
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What are the names of the 2 skeletal systems
Axial/appendicular
Name 2 bones in the axial skeleton
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Name 2 bones in the axial skeleton
skull, vertebrae, ribs
A strong, flexible material that provides a smooth surface that makes movements at a joint smooth
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A strong, flexible material that provides a smooth surface that makes movements at a joint smooth
Cartilage
The process of cartilage cells being replaced by bone cells and minerals
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The process of cartilage cells being replaced by bone cells and minerals
Ossification
The 'Femur' would be considered what type of bone?
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The 'Femur' would be considered what type of bone?
Long
The bones in your wrist and hands are what type of bones?
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The bones in your wrist and hands are what type of bones?
Short
The ribs and skull would be considered what type of bone?
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The ribs and skull would be considered what type of bone?
Flat
Give an example of an irregular bone.....(In your back)
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Give an example of an irregular bone.....(In your back)
Vertebrae
What are the 3 names for the 'most common' types of vertebrae
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What are the 3 names for the 'most common' types of vertebrae
Cervical, Thoracic, Lumbar
The point at which 2 bones meet
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The point at which 2 bones meet
A joint
Give an example of a 'ball-and-socket' joint
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Give an example of a 'ball-and-socket' joint
shoulder, hip, etc.
Give an example of a 'hinge' joint
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Give an example of a 'hinge' joint
knee, jaw, etc
Your head turning on your spine is an example of what type of joint?
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Your head turning on your spine is an example of what type of joint?
Pivot joint
Explain the defference between a ligament and a tendon....what they both attach to?
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Explain the defference between a ligament and a tendon....what they both attach to?
Ligaments attach bone to bone, Tendons attach muscle to bone
If your bone is 'protruding' through the skin, what type of fracture?
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If your bone is 'protruding' through the skin, what type of fracture?
Open
If your bone is in 2 or more fragments, what type of fracture?
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If your bone is in 2 or more fragments, what type of fracture?
Incomplete
What is the main mineral that helps your bones grow/repair and helps prevent osteoporosis?
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What is the main mineral that helps your bones grow/repair and helps prevent osteoporosis?
Calcium
A side-to-side curvature of the spine
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A side-to-side curvature of the spine
Scoliosis
Inflammation of the softer inner surface of the bone
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Inflammation of the softer inner surface of the bone
Osteomyelitis
How many vertebrae do you have in your cervical, thoracic, and lumbar regions?
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How many vertebrae do you have in your cervical, thoracic, and lumbar regions?
24 ( 7 cervical, 12 thoracic, 5 thoracic)




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