Axial Skeleton Bones
Appendicular skeleton bones
Physiology & Pathology
Cartilage
100

Frontal, temporal, occipital

What are cranial bones?

100

Carpal bones are found in this joint

What is the wrist?

100

This type of cell breaks down bone

What is an osteoclast?

100
Medical term meaning cartilage

What is chondro?

200

cervical, thoracic, lumbar 

What are types of vertebrae?
200

Tarsal bones are found in this joint

What is the ankle?
200
This type of cell builds up bone
What is an osteoblast?
200

This type of cartilage can be found covering the ends of long bones

What is hyaline cartilage?
300

Number of cervical, thoracic, and lumbar vertebrae

What is 7, 12, 5?

300

These two bones comprise the shoulder girdle, connecting the humerus to the axial skeleton

What are the scapula and clavicle?
300

Excessive thoracic curvature of the spine is called this

What is kyphosis?

400

This structure which is part of the sphenoid bone, houses the pituitary gland.

What is the sella turcica?

400

The shaft of a long bone is called this

What is the diaphysis?

400

Excessive curvature of lumbar vertebrae is called this 

What is lordosis?

500

The foramen magnum, an opening in THIS bone, allows the spinal cord to enter the cranial cavity and connect to the brainstem 

What is the occipital bone?
500

Metacarpals are found in the _______

What is the hand?
500

Excessive lateral curvature of the spine is called this

What is scoliosis?

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