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BioLab3 Bones and Muscles Summary Report Student Name: I. Skeletal system A. Long Bone Structure Define the following terms. Bone Organ of the skeletal system Cartilage Serves as a cushion Ligament Dense, regular connective tissue/bone to bone Tendons Dense, regular connective tissue/ bone to muscle Osteocytes Separated by an extracellular matrix hardened by deposits of calcium salts Diaphysis Long shaft of compact bone Compact bone Solid and dense,...

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Osteoporosis and Bone

171 Izy Grooms Osmosis: Marissa, Jeremy, and Eleanor Question on front of packet Calcium helps to keep bones strong but just drinking milk doesn’t mean that you won’t get osteoporosis. You may be genetically inclined to get it even though you drink milk every day. There are also many other things that contribute to getting osteoporosis, like not eating enough calcium, doing steroids causes bones to become weak and look like sponges when looking at it under a microscope. Scenarios A,B, and C help to...

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Bone disease

 Bone Diseases Med 201 November 12, 2013 The skeletal system can suffer from a few diseases one of the most common ones is Osteoporosis another one is Osteogenesis imperfecta. Osteoporosis affects in a progressive way that deteriorates bone mass. Making the bones weaker lacking density and causing to have the deficiency on the bones protein intake this can bring about to the one who has it more vulnerable to skeletal fractures. Osteogenesis imperfecta...

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Bones, Muscles and Their Aging Process

Bones, Muscles and their Aging Process Isabella A. Guidotti ITT-Technical Institute Breckenridge School of Nursing Author Note This paper was prepared for Human Anatomy & Physiology, GE258, taught by Dr. Juan Osvaldo Garcia, MD. Bones, Muscles and their Aging Process The human skeleton provides support and structure to the body. As a child we are born with about 300 bones. Once we become adults, the body has 206 bones. The reason why we are born with...

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1.2.3 Bone Detectives

 Project 1.2.3: Bone Detectives Introduction When we think of bones, we most often think of the way in which these hard structures support the body, how they work with muscles to produce movement and how they protect our internal organs. But the 206 bones of the human skeleton can also tell a story. The specific structure of your bones reveals information about your gender, your height, your age and even your ethnicity. These biological clues are often the first pieces of evidence scientists...

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Help: Bone Fracture and Bones

12/8/12 446-01 Mrs.Corrado Case Study – Packet 4 1. What is meant by a “complete, comminuted, intertrochanteric fracture of the right hip? a. A complete fracture is when the entire bone impacted is fractured. A comminuted fracture is when the bone breaks shatters into many pieces. Intertrochanteric refers to the top part of the femur. So, a complete, comminuted intertrochanteric fracture is the upper most part of the femur is completely shattered. A comminuted...

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Bone and Joint Health

Bone & Joint Health Increasing Strength and Flexibility Millions of people currently suffer aches and pains throughout their bodies, specifically associated with bones and joints. Often, consumers feel it is just a simple outcome of aging – but many are now turning to natural ingredients and nutraceuticals to help reduce symptoms and allow for better management of bone and tissue health in hopes of strengthening these areas for the future. The human body is a complicated assembly of bones, muscles...

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Bone Cancer

Bone Cancer Bone cancer is a disease that occurs on or inside a bone. Usually, bone cancer involves a tumor filled with abnormal cells that will occasionally appear on the exterior of the bone. Similar to other types of cancer, bone cancer can be life threatening. Doctors are not completely sure what causes cancer, but they continue the search to find an answer. There are five different types of bone cancer that can affect people from ages 10-60 years old. Bone cancer can occur in any bone in the...

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Bone Dissection

up of cartilage and bone. Both bone and cartilage are connective tissues, that is, they are composed of cells in a matrix with intracellular fibers. Just imagine connective tissue as a gelatin salad with grapes and coconut. The grapes would represent cells, the gelatin the support material for matrix, and the pieces of coconut the intracellular fibers. By changing the amounts of each ingredient and adding extra substances, we can produce a material that is very hard like bone and can withstand weight...

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Anatomy and Physiology of Bones

out of 1 points To repair and heal a broken bone, physicians will Answer Selected Answer: B. return the broken bone parts to their natural position and then immobilize them. Question 10 1 out of 1 points Which part of a bone contains mostly stored fat? Answer Selected Answer: A. yellow bone marrow Question 11 1 out of 1 points Osteoporosis is characterized by Answer Selected Answer: B. structural deterioration of bone tissue Question 12 1 out of 1 points The...

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