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Bone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... Clinical significance 4.1 Fractures 4.2 Tumours 4.3 Cancer 4.4 Painful conditions 4.5 Osteoporosis 5 Society and culture 5.1 Osteology 6 Other animals 7 See also 8 References 9 Footnotes 10 External links Structure [ edit ] Main article: ... more pages


Osteology - Human Anatomy

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... teology - Human Anatomy ANATOMY | DRUGS | JOB DESCRIPTIONS | COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD | AIRPORT CODES | RELIGIONS | FEEDBACK Custom Search TABLE OF CONTENTS Human Body > II. Osteology II. Osteology Introduction - Development of the ... more pages


Osteology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Osteology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Osteology From Wikipedia, the free encycl-opedia Jump to: navigation , search A human skeleton ( endoskeleton ) Osteology is the scientific study of bones, practiced by osteologists . A subdiscipli ... more pages


Human Anatomy Quiz - Osteology

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Human Anatomy Quiz - Osteology Osteology Quiz Select one or more category and press "Start Quiz" to begin. Larynx (12 items) Lower extremity (137 items) Skull: bones of (42 items) Skull: cranial cavity (29 items) Skull: disarticulated Bones ... more pages


Human Anatomy - Lab 22 Osteology

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Human Anatomy - Lab 22 Osteology Laboratory 22. Osteology of the Skull Osteology Cran-ial Bones of the Skull Facial Bones of the Skull Anterior Surface of Skull Lateral Su-rface of Skull Posterior Surface of Skull Inferior Su ... more pages


Bone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... 3.5 Bone volume 4 Clinical significance 4.1 Fractures 4.2 Tumours 4.3 Cancer 4.4 Painful conditions 4.5 Osteoporosis 5 Osteology 6 Other animals 7 Society and culture 8 See also 9 References 10 Footnotes 11 External links Structure [ edit ... more pages


List of subjects in Gray's Anatomy: II. Osteology - Wikipedia, ...

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List of subjects in Gray's Anatomy: II. Osteology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia List of subjects in Gray's Anatomy : II. Osteology From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search The subjects listed below are ... more pages


Nasal bone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... Nasal bone See also [ edit ] This article uses anatomical terminology; for an overview, see anatomical terminology . Vomer Osteology References [ edit ] This article incorporates text from a public domain edition of Gray's Anatomy . ^ ... more pages


Sesamoid bone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... ^ Kenneth S. Saladin, Anatomy and Physiology , 6th edition (New York:McGraw Hill, 2012), 234. ^ Tim D. White, Human Osteology , 2nd edition (San Diego: Academic Press, 2000), 199, 205. ^ Kenneth S. Saladin, Anatomy and Physiology , 6th ... more pages


Human Anatomy - Lab 30 Osteology

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Human Anatomy - Lab 30 Osteology Laboratory 30. Temporal Bone and Ear Osteology Te-mporal bone        superior view, intact cranial fossa        lateral view, isolated temp-oral bone Superior surface        facial hiatus and ... more pages


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