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Articular Cartilage

Articular Cartilage

Articular Cartilage. Structure. Hyaline Cartilage Ends of long bones (1-5 mm thick) Avascular Aneural. Function. Synovial Joints Distribute loads Allow for movement. Composition. Cellular – chondrocytes (10% of volume) . Composition. Extracellular Matrix

By Leo
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CRYSTAL ASSOCIATED DISEASE

CRYSTAL ASSOCIATED DISEASE

CRYSTAL ASSOCIATED DISEASE. Calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate (CPPD) deposition PSEUDOGOUT. CPDD.

By arleen
(580 views)

Ossification = Osteogenesis

Ossification = Osteogenesis

Ossification = Osteogenesis. Ossification = Osteogenesis. Parts of the fetal skeleton form during the first few weeks after conception By the end of the 8 th week, the skeletal pattern is formed : cartilage & connective tissue membranes. There are two classifications of ossification:

By lavinia
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Chapter 4 - Tissue: The Living Fabric

Chapter 4 - Tissue: The Living Fabric

Chapter 4 - Tissue: The Living Fabric. Membranes and Tissue Repair. Connective Tissue. Muscle Tissue. Epithelium. All Tissues. $100. $100. $100. $ 100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $400. $400. $400. $400. $400. $500. $500. $500.

By skule
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HISTOLOGY 1.10: OSTEOGENESIS

HISTOLOGY 1.10: OSTEOGENESIS

HISTOLOGY 1.10: OSTEOGENESIS. Bone develops by a process of transformation from an existing connective tissue. Types of ossification: On the basis of tissues involved: Direct: connective tissue bone Indirect: connective tissue cartilage bone On the basis of the procedure:

By kyleigh
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Lab 4

Lab 4

Lab 4. Bone and Axial Skeleton J.R. Schiller, PhD., G.R. Pitts, PhD., & Amy L. Thompson, Ph.D. Lab 4 Activities. Describe functions of skeleton Learn histology of bone and cartilage using microslides, figures, and osteon models Learn general anatomy of a long bone

By nijole
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THE SKELETAL SYSTEM TEST 1

THE SKELETAL SYSTEM TEST 1

THE SKELETAL SYSTEM TEST 1. QUESTIONS 1. What are the four functions of the skeleton? List the four types of bone found in the body. Name the three major bones of the leg. What are the three different types of joint found in the body? List examples.

By benoit
(189 views)

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chap67

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By guest60755
(61 views)

Tissues

Tissues

Tissues. Chapter 3: Part 2. Introduction to Tissues. Groups of cells that are similar in structure and function. Organs contain several tissue types. Arrangement of tissue determines the structure and ability of organs. http://people.eku.edu/ritchisong/RITCHISO//tissues.gif.

By pascal
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Get Started

Get Started

In the slides that follow, click over the name that matches the tissue. If you are correct, you will see If you are incorrect, you will see When you have found the correct answer, press to move on.

By roddy
(111 views)

Introduction to Human Tissues #3

Introduction to Human Tissues #3

Introduction to Human Tissues #3. Laura Fraser Cotlin, Ph.D. Fundamentals 2 – Dental/Optometry November 2, 2011. Classification of Connective Tissues. Embryonic connective tissues 1. Mesenchymal 2. Mucous Connective tissue proper 1. Loose (areolar) 2. Dense

By galen
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Pelvic Girdle-Lower Limbs p. 158-161

Pelvic Girdle-Lower Limbs p. 158-161

Pelvic Girdle-Lower Limbs p. 158-161. Pelvic Girdle Consists of two coxal bones that articulate with each other anteriorly and with the sacrum posteriorly . Saccrum , Coccyx, and Pelvic Girdle form Pelvis. Coxal Bone. Consists of: Ilium Ischium Pubis

By erica
(856 views)

Elastic cartilage.

Elastic cartilage.

Elastic cartilage. Elastic cart orcein stain. Elastic cart. Vvg stain. Hyaline cartilage. White fibrocartilage .

By sasha
(342 views)

Connective tissue

Connective tissue

Connective tissue. Muscles and nerve included. Areolar . Pg 56 in lab book. Reticular . Pg 56 in lab book. Adipose. Pg 57 in lab book. Dense regular. Pg 58 in lab book. Dense irregular. Pg 58 in lab book. Elastic tissue. Pg 59 in lab book. Hyaline cartilage. Pg. 60 in lab book.

By freira
(110 views)

Skeletal System1

Skeletal System1

Skeletal System1. Honors Anatomy c opy version. Bone . a combination of CT, epithelial & nervous tissues 18% of weight of human body Skeletal System includes bones & cartilage Part 1: Bone Part 2: Axial Skeleton Part 3: Appendicular Skeleton Part 4: Joints . FUNCTIONS. SUPPORT

By annick
(170 views)

SKELETAL SYSTEM

SKELETAL SYSTEM

SKELETAL SYSTEM. Functions of the Skeletal System. Bones are made of OSSEOUS TISSUE Support and Protection Body movement Blood cell formation (bone marrow) - hematopoeisis Storage of inorganic materials                     (salt, calcium, potassium….). ORGANIZATION. About 206 bones

By ruby
(109 views)

Chapter 5e: The Skeletal System

Chapter 5e: The Skeletal System

Chapter 5e: The Skeletal System. Bones of the Lower Limbs. The thigh has one bone Femur The heaviest, strongest bone in the body Carries total weight when erect Trochanter – muscle attachment Patellar surface Articulates with tibia. Figure 5.24a–b. Bones of the Lower Limbs.

By teness
(117 views)

6

6

6 . Bones and Skeletal Tissues: Part 2 Mike Clark, M.D. Bone Development. Osteogenesis (ossification)—bone tissue formation Stages Bone formation—begins in the 2nd month of development Postnatal bone growth—until early adulthood Bone remodeling and repair—lifelong.

By moesha
(461 views)

Cells and Tissues

Cells and Tissues

Cells and Tissues. Mitochondria. Cell Membrane. Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum. Golgi Apparatus. Nuclear Membrane. Nucleolus. Centrosome/ Centriole. Chromatin. Lysosome. Ribosomes (red dots). Peroxisome. Cytoplasm. Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum. Flagella. Nucleus. Chromatin.

By lamya
(66 views)

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM. Lower respiratory tract. It includes : Trachea, Lungs, Bronchi. Respiratory tract. TRACHEA. Structures associated with the trachea: Superiorly : the larynx. Inferiorly :the right & left bronchi.

By knoton
(102 views)

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