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Which of the following statements is true concerning the function of bones? - ANSWER The carpals are an example of short bone. Which of the following statements is FALSE concerning bones? - ANSWER ... A process is a depression found in bone (false). Bones are completely smooth surfaces (false). Which of the following is false about the skeletal system? - ANSWER The two main division of the skeletal system are vertebral and thoracic (false). The vertebral division of the skeleton is included in the appendicular system (false). The cranium is formed by ____ bones; the facial skeleton contains ____ bones. - ANSWER The cranium is formed by 8 bones; the facial skeleton is containing 14 bones. What bone is highlighted in blue? - ANSWER Ethmoid bone Label the following bones of the skeleton rom the figure below. 1 - ANSWER 1. Frontal bone/ frontal sinuses Label the following bones of the skeleton from the figure below. 5 - ANSWER 5. Vomer Label the following bones of the skeleton rom the figure below. 7 - ANSWER 7. Maxilla Label the following bones of the skeleton rom the figure below. 8 - ANSWER 8. Mandible Label the following bones of the skeleton from the figure below. 3 - ANSWER 3. Maxilla Label the following vertebrae as: A = cervical, B= Thoracic, C= Lumbar - ANSWER C= Lumbar Label the following vertebrae as: A = cervical, B= Thoracic, C= Lumbar - ANSWER B= Thoracic What is the name of the foramen in the figure below? 1 - ANSWER 1. Carotid canal What is the name of the foramen in the figure below? 2 - ANSWER 2. External acoustic meatus What is the name of the foramen in the figure below? 3 - ANSWER 3. Stylomastoid foramen Label the following bone landmarks: C - ANSWER C. Lesser tubercule Label the following bone landmarks: A - ANSWER A. Head/ head of humerus Label the following bone landmarks: F - ANSWER F. Deltoid tuberosity Label the following bone landmarks: I - ANSWER I. Capitulum Label the following bone landmarks: K - ANSWER K. Medial epicondyle Which of the following statements is true about the scapula? - ANSWER The subscapular fossa is located on the anterior side of the scapula Which of the following statement is true about the humerus? - ANSWER The head of the humerus articulates with the scapula What two bones meet at the glenohumeral joint and in your own words why is this joint prone to disclocation? - ANSWER The humerus and the scapula meet at the glenohumeral joint. It is prone to dislocation because the structure of the shoulder permits movement of the arm in almost any direction but provides little stability. It is held in place by muscular and ligament attachment with little bony stability. Label the bones in the figure below: A. - ANSWER A = Trapezium Label the bones in the figure below: B - ANSWER B = Scaphoid Label the bones in the figure below: C - ANSWER C = Lunate Label the bones in the figure below: D - ANSWER D = Triquatrel Label the bones in the figure below: E - ANSWER E = 5th Metacarpal Label the bones in the figure below. E - ANSWER E = 1st Metatarsal Label the bones in the figure below. B - ANSWER B = Lateral cuneiform Label the bones in the figure below. D - ANSWER D = Medial cuneiform Label the bones in the figure below. F - ANSWER Navicular Label the bones in the figure below. H - ANSWER H = Talus Yellow bone marrow - ANSWER is found primarily in long bones. The epiphysis of a bone - ANSWER is found at the ends of long bones and contains the articular cartilage at joint articulations Compact bone - ANSWER forms the exterior of bones Intramembranous ossification the formation of - ANSWER flat bones from connective tissue What term best describes the type of fracture pictured below - ANSWER Greenstick. when the bone is broken but not all the way A patient has a diagnosis of osteoporosis. In your own words, describe this diagnosis. What type of bone cell would they be lacking? - ANSWER Osteoporosis is a bone tissue disease where the bone becomes brittle and weak. When bone degenerates faster than it can be replaced, it becomes weak. Bones lack osteoblasts whose job it is to repair the bone. Your patient has back pain due to a herniated disc. 1. In your own words explain what it means to have a herniated disc, 2. As reviewed in the module, discuss one treatment option to address it - ANSWER A herniated disc is an injury to the intervertebral disc, where the center portion of the disc bulges into the vertebral foramen, causing pain. Physical therapy for strengthening to support back ligaments or surgery to fuse two vertebrae together Match the joint with the correct joint classification. Knee joint - ANSWER Knee joint = Synovial and Hinge Match the joint with the correct joint classification. Shoulder joint - ANSWER Shoulder joint = Synovial and Ball and Socket Match the joint with the correct joint classification. Thumb joint - ANSWER Thumb joint = Synovial and Saddle Match the joint with the correct joint classification. Vertebral joint - ANSWER Vertebral joint = Cartilaginous Match the joint with the correct joint classification. Cranial joint - ANSWER Cranial joint = Fibrous Name the ligament highlighted in blue in the figure below. - ANSWER Iliolumbar ligament Name the ligament highlighted in blue in the figure below - ANSWER Medial collateral/ tibial ligament (MCL) [Show More]

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