Name the major histological structures of the bone



1. Name the major histological structures of the bone. Considering the changes that occur

to the bone during life, what (if any) structures may be useful to determine age at death?

2. Name the landmarks of the facial skeleton and cranial vault. Which pairs would be most

likely to be used to determine the length of the skull? Which two for the height of the

face? The height of the skull?

3. Name the bones of the thorax. Which of these are most likely to be fractured during a fall

or an attack with a blunt instrument, and why?

4. Name the three types of joints in the body and their major characteristics. What types of

joints are found in the fingers, toes, proximal ribs, and distal ribs?

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