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skeletal system, circulatory system & respiratoy system

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are the parts of the skeletal system bones, tendons, ligaments and cartilage skull and femur tendons, bones and ligaments.
are the tougher bones to be broken radio and ulna tibia and fibula skull and femur.
disorder that consists on swelling of the bursa osteoporosis bursitis osteomalacia.
the human skeleton is divided into the _____ skeleton and the ______ skeleton circulatory and respiratoy axial and appendicular bones and ligaments.
it consists of 80 bones; the vertebral column, the rib cage and the skull appendicular skeleton axial skeleon skeletal system.
it has a total of 126 bones, and is formed by the pectoral girdles, the upper limbs, the pelvic girdle and the lower limbs appendicular skeleton axial skeleton appendicular skelleton.
it helps to maintain an upright posture axial skeleton appendicular skeleton skeletal system.
are two functions of the appendicular skeleton walking, running and protect the mayor organs protect the mayor organs maintain an upright posture.
three conditions of the skeletal system osteoporosis, osteomalacia and bursitis osteoporosis, osteomalacia and hypertension bursitis, osteoporosis and aneurysm.
is a group of inflammatory diseases that damage joints and their surrounding structures osteoporosis arthritis scoliosis.
this condition results in the loss of bone tissue and calcium, the bone gets thinner osteomalacia scoliosis osteoporosis.
is the softening of bone tissue due to lack of calcium and vitamin D osteomalacia bone cancer osteoporosis.
a sideways curvature of the spine in any region scolliosis scoliosis arthritis.
a strong band of connective tissue that joins one bone to other ligament tendon.
fibrous band of connective tissue that attaches amuscle to a bone ligament tendon.
dense tissue found in the skeleton, larynx, trachea and bronchi. it is the precusor to most bone tissue ligament tendon cartilage.
is a break with no open wound impacted fracture complex fracture closed fracture.
is a break in which the bone is fragmented or shattered comminuted fracture complex fracture.
occurs when a fragment from one part of a fracture is driven into the tissue of another part impacted fracture incomplete fracture.
is a separation of a part of the bone and usually requires surgery for repair complex fracture closed fracture.
is an incomplete break of a soft (usually, a child's) bone greenstick fracture incomplete fracture.
is a break that does not go entirely through any type of bone incomplete fracture open fracture.
is a break with an open wound having bone protrunding through the skin stress fracture open fracture.
the bone is typically cracked rather than broken all the way through stress fracture complex fracture.
what's the smallest bone in the body patella stirrup thigh.
bones meet at joints ligaments rib cage.
how many bones does an adult human have 207 206 205.
the bones in your spine are called ribs vertebrae bones.
the patella is located in the knee foot elbow.
what's the center of a bone bone marrow compact bone cacellous bone.
your bones will stop growing by the time you're 25 30 22.
how many bones are in the spine 33 35 39.
the____ bone protects your brain skull head shin.
the rib cage protects your lungs heart all of the above.
this part of the bone looks like spone bone marrow cacellous bone periosteum.
dense membrane that contains nerves and blood vessels that nourish the bone periosteum cancellous bone periostium.
numer 1 pointing to the mandible skull sternum.
the patella is indicated by the number 14 11 9.
number 8 is pointing to the mandible tibia sternum.
the pubis is indicated by number 9 11 13.
number 3 is pointing to the radius femur humerus.
the pelvic girdle is 9 11 4.
number 2 is pointing to clavicle patella sternum.
the ribs are indicated by number 2 9 10.
number 5 is pointing to the femur ulna radius.
the sternumis indicated by number 9 12 13.
number 4 is pointing to the tibia ulna radius.
the tibia is indicated by number 4 6 15.
numer 6 is pointing humerus femur radius.
the fibula is indicated by number 2 5 7.
number 12 is pointing to sternum sacrum mandible.
english name// anatomical name skull jaw bone spine breastbone rib collarbone sloulder blande thigh bone kneecap shinbone.
a small tube that lets blood and tissue exchange nutriens capillary atrium valve.
one of the two upper chambers of heart atrium valve artery.
one of the two major veins that carries blood to the heart artery capillary vena cava.
relating to the lungs renal pulmonary pulmonar.
a tube that carries blood from the heart to the body artery vein valve.
a structure in the heart that opens and closes valve atrium ventricle.
a space in the heart that holds blood arety ventricle valve.
is the major tube in the heart that carries blood to the body aorta artery atrium.
condition in which the heart beats abnormally capillary arrhythmia atrium.
is one of the two upper chambers of the heart. is holds blood returning to the heart from the lungs and body vena cava atrium aorta.
brings oxygen and nutrients to cells and takes away carbon dioxide circulatory system arteries veins.
descriptions to the correct words brings oxygen and nutrients to cells and takes away carbon dioxide bring blood to the heart take blood away from the heart where cells take oxygen and give up carbon dioxide the smallest blood vassels works with the circulatiry system to deliver oxygen to cells blood with little oxygen blood with plenty of oxygen.
condition in which cells in the lungs grow uncontrollably lung cancer emphysema bloodstream.
the passage that carries air from the windpipe bronchial tubes alveoli veins.
the sacs that bring oxygen into the bloodstream alveoli vein arteria.
a small part that makes up lining tissue alveoli epithelial cells bloos cells.
the organ used to breathe lungs heart trachea.
the gas that people breathe in oxygen dioxid air.
condition that prevents the body from properly obsorbing and expelling gases emphysema lung condition lund disease.
are the sacs in the lungs that allow oxygen yo enter the blood alveoli vains arteria.
condition where people have trouble breathing because asthma lung disease larynx disease.
it carries air from th windpipe to the lungs bronchial tubes trachea lungs.
is the gas created when people breathe. it is what people breathe out carbon dioxide oxygen.
a disease that destroys alveoli and limits their function, causing breathing and heart problems emphisema lung cancer .
make up tissue that line the lungs ephitelial cells nasal cavity.
is one of a pair of organs in the chest that people use to breathe lung alveoli.
is a disease where cells grow uncontrollably in the longs emphisema lung cancer.
is a gas in the air that people use to breathe oxygen carbon dioxide.
is te set of organs that allow you to breathe in oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide respiratory muscle respiratory system.
is to breathe in or take air into the lungs inhale breathe.
are parts of the upper respiratory tract nasal cavity, sinuses, pharynx, trachea, lungs, brochi, diagragm.
they branch from the trachea into the each lung, supplying he lungs with air brochi alveolas vein.
main respiratory muscle that contracts and relaxes to allowair into the lungs diaphragm lungs heart.
match breathe in inhale and exhale small air sacs responsible for gas exchange damaged and misshapen alveoli.
your body couldn´t breathe without this system perspiration system respiratory system photosynthesis urinary system.
the respiratory system is madeup of the trachea, lungs and liver diaphragm esophagus.
what is the name of the tiny air sacs in your lungs ravioli alveoli.
the trachea is also called windpipe bronchus.
when you breathe in air, you bring xygeninto lungs and blow out carbon dioxide oxygen hydrogen.
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