Histology of Bone - BM5 NLM1

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1. Which of the following best describes immature/woven bone?

  • Weak, temporary bone with low mineral contents and disorganised lacing of collagen fibres. Forms the adult skeleton.
  • Weak, temporary bone with low mineral contents and disorganised lacing of collagen fibres. Forms the foetal skeleton.
  • Strong, permanent bone with high mineral contents and organised lacing of collagen fibres. Forms the adult skeleton.
  • Strong, permanent bone with high mineral contents and organised lacing of collagen fibres. Forms the foetal skeleton.
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2. In adults, most bone marrow in bone cavities is what?

  • Yellow marrow
  • Red marrow
  • Green marrow
  • Blue marrow

3. True or false: the outer surface of cortical bone is covered by periosteum and the inner layer is lined by the endosteum?

  • Pass
  • True
  • False
  • Hola

4. Which of the following best describes mature/lamellar bone?

  • Weak, temporary bone with low mineral contents and disorganised lacing of collagen fibres. Forms the foetal skeleton.
  • Strong, permanent bone with high mineral contents and organised lacing of collagen fibres. Forms the adult skeleton.
  • Strong, permanent bone with high mineral contents and organised lacing of collagen fibres. Forms the foetal skeleton.
  • Weak, temporary bone with low mineral contents and disorganised lacing of collagen fibres. Forms the adult skeleton.

5. Where are Osteoblasts located?

  • Endosteum only
  • Periosteum, Endosteum & ECM
  • Periosteum & Endosteum only
  • Periosteum only

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