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SKELETAL SYSTEM. Cool x-rays. Function Provides frame and support for all systems and organs. Skeletal System. Ligaments Connect bones together; tough tissue Tendons Connects bones to muscles. Skeletal System. Bone Attach muscles Means of movement Protect internal organs

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Skeletal system

SKELETAL SYSTEM


Cool x rays

Cool x-rays


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  • Function

    • Provides frame and support for all systems and organs.

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  • Ligaments

    • Connect bones together; tough tissue

  • Tendons

    • Connects bones to muscles

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  • Bone

    • Attach muscles

    • Means of movement

    • Protect internal organs

    • Storage of minerals

  • Cartilage

    • Firm, flexible tissues that is not as hard as bone

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  • Layers of Bone

    • Periosteum

      • Outer layer

      • Cushions the hard portion of the bone

      • Repair of broken bones


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Skeletal System

  • Layers of Bone

    • Compact Bone

      • beneath periosteum

      • layer of hard mineral matter

      • Calcium

      • gives bones strength


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Skeletal System

  • Layers of Bone

    • Spongy Bone

      • Inside hard outer layer

      • fills ends of bones

      • lines hollow portions


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Skeletal System

  • Layers of Bone

    • Red marrow

      • inside cavities of spongy bone

      • formation of red blood cells


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  • Layers of Bone

    • Yellow marrow

      • Located inside hollow portion

      • Fat storage cells

      • Energy storage


Types of fractures

Types of Fractures

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nOJ5UdKf-us


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  • Types of Bone

    • Long Bones

      • Longest

      • Provide support and movement

      • Levers

    • Example -- legs, ribs, pelvic bones


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Skeletal System

  • Types of Bone

    • Short Bones

      • Smaller than long bones

      • Joints

      • Comfort and mobility

    • Example -- feet and hands


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Skeletal System

  • Types of Bone

    • Irregular Bones

      • Have an irregular shape

      • Support and protect

    • Example -- vertebrae


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Skeletal System

  • Types of Bone

    • Flat Bones

      • Thin and flat

      • Protect organs

    • Example -- skull


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  • Joints

    • Where different bones meet

    • Classified by the way they move.

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Hinge joint

Hinge Joint


Ball and socket

Ball and Socket


Gliding

Gliding


The skeleton

  • The skeleton is divided into two parts:

    • The axial skeleton protects the major organs of the nervous, respiratory, and circulatory systems

      • The axial skeleton consists of the skull, hyoid bones, vertebral column, ribs, and sternum

    • The appendicular skeleton is the framework that consists of the extremities, shoulder, and pelvic girdle

      • Appen means to add or hang

      • The appendicular skeleton includes the bones of the front and hind limbs

The Skeleton


The axial skeleton

The Axial Skeleton

  • The cranium is the portion of the skull that encloses the brain


The axial skeleton1

The Axial Skeleton

  • The vertebral column supports the head and body and provides protection for the spinal cord

  • The vertebral column is comprised of individual bones called vertebra


The appendicular skeleton

The Appendicular Skeleton

  • Front limb

    • scapula

    • clavicle

    • humerus

    • radius

    • ulna

    • carpal bones

    • metacarpal bones

      • cannon bone in livestock

    • phalanges


The appendicular skeleton1

The Appendicular Skeleton

  • Hind limb

    • pelvis

    • femur

    • patella

    • tibia

    • fibula

    • tarsal bones

    • metatarsal bones

      • cannon bone in livestock

    • phalanges


The bone dance

The Bone Dance

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Waxf9KZWpM


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