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The Skeletal System
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Skeletal system Anatomy Medical Subject Headings Medical classification Bone Osteoblast Intramembranous ossification Endochondral ossification Periosteum Long bone Medullary cavity Endosteum
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Skeletal system Anatomy Medical Subject Headings Medical classification Bone Osteoblast Intramembranous ossification Endochondral ossification Periosteum Long bone Medullary cavity Endosteum
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g. femur) - short (e.g. phalanges) - flat (e.g. shoulder-blade) - irregular (e.g. carpals) Composition: - Organic; collagen (25%) - Inorganic; calcium and phosphate (50%) - Water (25%) End of bone is known as epiphysis. The shaft is known as the diaphysis. Structure of a long bone: Compact bone: - has a solid matrix; strong and rigid - Contains the Haversian system (osteon): - Central canal; blood vessel runs parallel to long axis of the bone ________________ - Canaliculi; alternating lines (tiny canals) which allow cells to communicate with each other by allowing plasma membranes to touch - Lamellae: thin sheets of extracellular matrix surrounding ce...
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