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A rounded, knuckle-like bone process at the joint:

condyle

2

Which of the following is a cranial bone?

parietal bone

3

Which of the following is a facial bone?

maxillary

4

Which structure lines a joint space?

synovial membrane

5

Skeletal (voluntary) muscle:

striated muscle

6

Spongy, porous bone tissue:

cancellous bone

7

The projection of the temporal bone:

mastoid process

8

The rounded depression, or socket, in the pelvis that joins the femur, forming the hip joint:

acetabulum

9

Flexible, rubbery connective tissue found in the immature skeleton, at the epiphyseal growth plate, and on joint surfaces:

cartilage

10

Pertaining to the upper arm bone:

humeral

11

The shaft, or middle portion, of a long bone:

diaphysis

12

The proximal bony process of the ulna at the elbow, or the bony point of the elbow when flexed:

olecranon

13

The round process on both sides of the ankle joint:

malleolus

14

Each end of a long bone is called a/an:

epiphysis

15

The name used for any type of joint:

articulation

16

Connective tissue that binds muscles to bones:

tendon

17

Supporting bundles of bony fibers in cancellous (spongy) bone:

trabeculae

18

Bone cell that helps form bony tissue to replace cartilage during ossification:

osteoblast

19

Bone cell that absorbs and removes unwanted bony tissue:

osteoclast

20

Sac of fluid near a joint to promote smooth sliding of one tissue against another:

bursa

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Finger and toe bones are known as:

phalanges

22

The posterior part of the pelvic bone:

ischium

23

Thin bone that is the smaller of the two lower leg bones:

fibula

24

Small, flat bone that is also known as the kneecap:

patella

25

Seven short bones that are the hindfoot bones:

tarsals

26

The medial (little finger side) forearm bone:

ulna

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The lateral forearm bone (in line with the thumb):

radius

28

Connective tissue binding bones to other bones:

ligament

29

One of two flat, triangular bones on each dorsal side of the thorax; also known as the shoulder blade:

scapula

30

The larger of the two bones of the lower leg:

tibia