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Bone Quiz


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– Composed of cancellous bones
– Surrounded by a compact bone

A. Long Bones

B. Flat Bones

C. Short Bones

D. Sesamoid Bones

E. Irregular Bones


Irregular bones are found in the?

A. Carpal bone, tarsal

B. Frontal and parietal bones

C. Hand and foot (scaphoid, lunate, talus and calcaneus)

D. Bones of the skull, vertebrae and pelvic bones


Lies adjacent to the epiphyseal cartilage.

A. Diaphysis

B. Epiphysis

C. Metaphysis

D. Bone marrow


The tubular shaft, compact bone

A. Diaphysis

B. Epiphysis

C. Metaphysis

D. Bone marrow


Composed of thin layer of cancellous bone (diploe)

A. Long Bones

B. Flat Bones

C. Short Bones

D. Sesamoid Bones

E. Irregular Bones


The ends of long bones are composed of _______ surrounded by a thin layer of________?

A. Cancellous bone, Compact bone

B. Compact bone, Cancellous bone


A thick layer of fibrous tissue that cover all bone surfaces.

A. Arachnoid

B. Periosteum

C. Skin

D. Dura mater


– Composed of a thin shell of compact bone
– Inferior made of cancellous bones

A. Long Bones

B. Flat Bones

C. Short Bones

D. Sesamoid Bones

E. Irregular Bones


– Function is to reduce friction on the tendon
– Alter the direction of the pull of a tendon

A. Long Bones

B. Flat Bones

C. Short Bones

D. Sesamoid Bones

E. Irregular Bones


Consist of a trabecular and spongy bone.

A. Compact

B. Cancellous

C. Flat Bone


Longitudinal in shape

A. Long Bones

B. Flat Bones

C. Short Bones

D. Sesamoid Bones

E. Irregular Bones


It is a living (connective) tissue capable of changing its structure.

A. Bone

B. Skeletal Muscle


During the growing phase, diaphysis is separated from epiphysis by an _______?

A. Epiphyseal Cartilage.

B. Articular Cartilage

C. Hyaline cartilage

D. Elastic cartilage


Usually at the ends of the bone .

A. Diaphysis

B. Epiphysis

C. Metaphysis

D. Bone marrow


What are the different types of bones.

A. Long bone, Compact, Irregular bone, Flat bone, Trabeculae

B. Long bone, Short bone, Irregular bone, Flat bone, Sesamoid bone, Trabeculae.

C. Sesamoid bone, Trabeculae, Compact, Cancellous, Flat Bone

D. Short bone, Compact, Cancellous, Long bone, Flat bone.


Appears as a solid mass (forms a shell around cancellous bone)

A. Compact

B. Cancellous

C. Flat Bone


Consists of the bones of the upper limbs, the lower limbs, and the girdles.

A. Axial

B. Appendicular


– Cubodial in shape,
– Covered with periosteum

A. Long Bones

B. Flat Bones

C. Short Bones

D. Sesamoid Bones

E. Irregular Bones


Includes all the bones along the body’s long axis:

Composed of the skull, auditory ossicles, hyoid bone, vertebral column, and rib cage (thoracic cage).

A. Axial

B. Appendicular




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