Kids are extremely active making this type of fracture more common.
Bones of children are extremely rigid and brittle so tend to break quite easily.
Bones in children are more flexible and have the ability to bend more before breaking.
This type of fracture occurs because children don't have any bones yet, they just have cartilege.
It is the smallest bone in the human body.
There is no hyoid bone. This is a trick question.
It is the only bone in the human body that does not connect to another bone.
It disappears after the age of 40.
Without it you wouldn't be able to hear.
Coccyx, lumbar, cervical, thoracic, sacral
Cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral, coccyx
Thoracic, cervical, sacral, lumbar, coccyx
Cervical, coccyx, lumbar, thoracic, sacral
It does the same thing the rest of the vertebrae do
Controls movement of the spine
Houses all of the cranial nerves
Support the weight of the skull
At the bottom near the elbow
In the growth areas
Near the shoulder or in the middle
Straight down the middle (vertically) of the bone
There are many nerves and blood vessels in this area.
An extraordinary amount of blood can be lost if this area is injured.
If injured badly enough, it cannot be fixed.
It is not considered a serious injury. This is a bogus question.
Sling and swathe
Hip is slightly bent with leg turned outward and away from midline
Hip is fixed with leg turned inward towards the middle of the body
Nothing, kids are quirky
Severe bruising only, kids' bones don't normally break