skeletal

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skeletal
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2012-02-16 00:09:35
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  1. direct=muscle epimysium to periosteum bone

    indirect= tendons attach muscles to bones

    aponeuirossi = shee-like tendons, non attachment
    3 types of attachment of muscles
  2. bone structure

    compact - exhibits osteons harversian systems

    spongy - contains no osteons but irregular lattic work matrix
    compare and contrast spongy bone and compact bone
  3. 1. no osteon
    2.traberulae= frame work of bone tissue
    spongy bones




    cell organization
  4. compact bone

    1.osteogenia cells
    2.lamellea - concentric layers
    3.haversiance- vessels
    4.lacunace- houses osteocytes
    5.canaliculi- bring nutients
    spongy bone&compact bone cells and organization
  5. medullary/marrow within diaphysis

    blood cell - red marrow

    fat cell - yellow
    compare and contrast red and yellow bone marrow
  6. diaphysis= composed hollow bone (axis)

    epiphysis = bone ends (compact out)
    spongy inside

    medullary/marrowcavity within diaphysis

    membranes a. endosteum - covers internal bone surfaces, lines canals, covers trabeculae
    b. periosteum covers diaphysis

    articular cartilage - cushions the bones during movement

    epiphyseal line - where bone grows
    anatomy of a long bone
  7. bone growth and remodeling

    interstital - adding length

    appositional adding surface
    define appositional growth vs interstital

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