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Chapter Five: The Skeletal System

22 Questions  I  By Ksimms
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1.  The technical name for the lower jaw bone?
2.  What bones are found in the "bony thorax?"
3.  What types of joints are the connections between bones in the skull?
4.  Give an example of the following:1. Long Bone-2. Short Bone-3. Flat Bone-4. irregular bone
5.  What is known as your "tailbone?"
6.  The skull is made up of ___________ bones and the ________ bones
7.  Why might it be important for newborns to have "soft spots?"
8.  A 70 year old woman, Shannon, has been complaining about her old bones aching.  She knows her condition comes from the " wear and tear" arthritis.  What specific type does she has?
9.  How many pairs of ribs do you have?
10.  Spongy Bone is where you will find _______ _______________.
11.  How many bones are in the human adult body?
12.  What type of movements are typical of these joints found the previous question?
13.  The skeleton is divided into ______ parts.
14.  An X rays of the arm of an accident victim reveals a faint line curving around and down the shaft.  What kind of fracture might this indicate?
15.  Clarence, who is 38, has been complaining about an agonizing pain in his big toe.  He started go to the doctor, but he realized that he has _________, a disease that produces an accumulation of uric acid in the blood.
16.  The storage area for adipose tissue is called ____________________.
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17.  What is the name of the bone that is shaped like a horseshoe and is broken when a person is choked?
18.  What type of movement is the elbow capable of making?
19.  What type of joint is found within the hip?
20.  What parts of the skeleton make up the Axial Skeleton?
21.  What is the known as your "breast bone?"
22.  _______________________ is  the hyaline cartilage that covers the ends  of the bone.
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