hormones/fractures

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hormones/fractures
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2011-09-29 12:06:01
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  1. bone-forming cells involved in the process of ossification
    osteoblasts
  2. mature bone cells found interspersed in the lacunae of the matrix
    osteocytes
  3. bone-destroying cells involved in breaking down bone to release calcium; the cells respond to PTH
    osteoclasts
  4. hormone involved in prompting osteoclasts to remove calcium from bones
    PTH (parathyroid hormones)
  5. bone cells that form bone over the articular cartilage during bone growth
    osteoblasts
  6. hormones that causes osteoblasts to deposit calcium levels
    calcitonin
  7. hormone that respond to low blood calcium levels
    PTH
  8. hormones that responds to high blood calcium levels
    calcitonin
  9. hormone responsible for giantism and acromegaly
    growth hormone
  10. hormone responsible for making bones stronger
    calcitonin
  11. incomplete bone break, one side breaks and other bends (children)
    greenstick
  12. crushed bone; common with osteoporosis
    compression
  13. bone portion is pressed inward (such as a skull fracture)
    depressed
  14. twisting force creates a ragged break (such as a sports injury)
    spiral
  15. bone is broken in 3 or more places (ostoporosis)
    comminuted

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