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  • bone

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    trabeculae had smaller diameters compared to the Agave fructan treated groups (Fig. 6). Thickness of the compact bone was also affected by the ovariectomy. The STD group presented thinner compact bone (80.69 µm); however, in the CAF2 and CAF1 groups, this decrease in thickness was prevented by the consumption of Agave fructans (104.32 µm and 116.71 µm, respectively) (Fig. 6). The compact bone thickness values of CAF2 and CAF1 were very similar to the SHAM control (121.09 µm).

  • Bones

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    Numb3rs, Law & Order—have the same general set up of a male lead with a hot-head who is complemented by his team of FBI agents. As a loyal viewer and fan of Bones, I often wonder what makes it stay afloat with so many shows out there like it. Could it be that Bones isn’t like any of the other crime shows? Through its crimes and unsolved murders, Bones helps its viewers make sense of the disastrous world around them. The world we live in is full of danger and unsolved crime, but after watching Dr. Brennan

  • Bone Diseases

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    Bone diseases most directly influence the ability to walk or to move any part of the body--hands, limbs, neck, and spine. They are related to joint disorders--ARTHRITIS, COLLAGEN DISEASE, DISLOCATION of joints, and RHEUMATISM. The medical specialty pertaining to bone disorders is ORTHOPEDICS. Fractures are the most common bone disorders. They can occur as the result of an accident or be secondary to metabolic diseases. Fractures are life-threatening to aged people having the metabolic bone disease

  • The Importance of Bones

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    ever imagined what life would be without bones? It is lunchtime and you are trying to eat a sandwich, but you are trying to do this without teeth, or a jaw, or hands. Eating a sandwich for lunch would be impossible without a skeleton, and all of our daily activities would become impossible as well. The skeletal system is too often taken for granted. Its importance on life on Earth today is not emphasized nearly as much as it should be. The evolution of bones is what allowed for the vast differentiation

  • Bone Replacement

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    causes for needing a bone replaced, a common one being arthritis. The hip and knee are both effective bones in the body when uncompromised by osteoarthritis because they are structurally designed to manage stress from loading in effective ways. In hip and knee replacement surgery, common surgeries, there are advantages and disadvantages relating to recovery time and lasting bone health. By examining the structure and functionality of the knee and hip with an emphasis on artificial bone, researchers are

  • Importance Of Bone

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    Bone tissue is the structural and supportive connective tissue of the body. Another name for it is the osseous tissue. The human body has 206 bones which all have different functions within the body. There are 126 bones in the appendicular skeleton which are arms, legs, and trunk. The axial skeleton has 80 bones which are the head and the vertebrate. The role of bones help moves the body and give it shape. Important functions of the bone are support, protection, movement, mineral and growth factor

  • Bone

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    The epidemiology study in Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, Scotland reported the incidence of fracture in 2000 which was 5,953 fractures in a population of 534,715 (11.3 in 1,000). (1) In general, the bone has a physiologic repairing process which consists of three basic steps; inflammation, proliferation and remodeling and the fracture can be healed spontaneously. (2) Failure of physiological regeneration of these steps which might cause the fracture nonunion. (3)This pathologic condition is one of

  • Bones in my backyard

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    strange artifacts (The Princess of Paleontology).” These cliffs surrounding her home were full of mysterious fossils just waiting to be discovered and put together, and Mary Anning was the one to do it. Her first big discovery, in 1811, was that of the “bones of an ancient sea creature that must have stretched 17 feet long (The Princess…),” and was eventually purchased by the British Museum. There was much discussion over the naming of the creature, in which Mary Anning was given approximately zero credit

  • Bones Research Paper

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    Bones are the most essential parts in our bodies. As babies, our bones are nothing more that soft bones on the journey to become strong and healthy bones. Bones help protect our most vital organs (heart, lungs, intestines, etc.), produce white and red blood cells, supports our body, and stores minerals such as calcium to maintain strong bones. As adults we should have about 206 bones in the whole skeleton. Throughout our lifetime our bones become weaker due to aging or physical injuries. Without

  • Bone Physiology Of Osteoporosis

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    Bone physiology is the normal process of the bone to continuously breakdown and remodels themselves. The bone remodeling cycle begins when the osteocytes determine which part of the bone needs to be remodeled and send out signals to osteoclasts to reabsorb the bone. Along with the osteoclasts, the osteoblasts follow behind osteoclasts forming new bone reshaping as it goes in order to accommodate the current stresses on the body. The two types of bone tissue are the spongy bones and the compact bones