EXam 2 A and P

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EXam 2 A and P
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2012-09-30 14:41:45
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Tissues Cartilage
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Cartilag, Blood, Bone and Connective tissue
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  1. Connective Tissue 
    Cartilage

    Cartilage
    Avascular, no Nerves, much Extracellular material
  2. Connective Tissue

    Three facts about Cartilage
    • 1. Ground Substance has many fibers for strength
    • 2. Chondroblasts produce the matrix and are called chondrocytes when completely surrounded by matrix
    • 3. Perichondruim in dense irregular CT covering cartilage (Contains blood and nerve supply, well supplied)
  3. CT
    Cartilage

    Different types of Cartilage
    • 1. Hyaline
    • 2. Elastic
    • 3. Fibrocartilage
  4. CT
    Cartilage

    Hyaline Cartilage
    • 1. Blueish, glossy appearence
    • 2. MOST COMMON
    • 3. EX over bones ends or over joints
    • 4. Has few collegen fibers
  5. CT 
    Cartilage

    Elastic Cartilage
    • 1. Many elastic fibers
    • 2. found in ear
    • 3. flexible 
  6. CT
    Cartilage

    Fibrocartilage
    • 1. Many collegen fibers
    • 2. collegen fibers linear and densely packed
    • 3. Very strong
    • 4. EX Intervertbral disks
  7. CT
    Bone

    BONE
    • 1. Protects and supports soft tissue
    • 2. Cavities containing marrow = FAT
    • 3. Cite of RBC production
    • 4. Matrix like cartilage buy much inorganic salt (Calcium)
  8. CT 
    Bone

    Different cells in BONE
    • 1. Osteoblasts- create, build
    • 2. Osteocyte- calcified into matrix
    • 3. Osteoclast - help with broken bones or building bones
  9. CT 
    Cartilage

    BLOOD
    • 1. considered to be a CT
    • 2. more extra cellular material
    • 3. comes from center of bone

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