The musculoskeletal system
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  • 1. THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM
  • 2. THE SKELETAL SYSTEM The Human skeletal system consists of a set of 206 bones that support and protect the body. They also work with the muscles to provide movement. The skeleton is divided into 2 parts: the axial and the appendicular skeleton.
  • 3. THE AXIAL SYSTEM The axial system is made up with the skull bones, the vertebrae, the ribs and the sternum.
  • 4. THE SKULL BONES
  • 5. THE VERTEBRAE The spine is divided into several sections. The cervical vertebrae make up the neck. The thoracic vertebrae comprise the chest section and have ribs attached. The lumbar vertebrae are the remaining vertebrae below the last thoracic bone and the top of the sacrum. The sacral vertebrae are caged within the bones of the pelvis, and the coccyx represents the terminal vertebrae or vestigial tail.
  • 6. THE APPENDICULAR SYSTEM The appendicular system is formed by the bones of pectoral girdle, pelvic girdle and upper and lower limbs.
  • 7. THE UPPER/LOWER LIMBS BONES
  • 8. THE HUMAN SKELETON
  • 9. STRUCTURE OF THE BONES There are two types of bone tissue: compact and spongy. The names imply that the two types differ in density, or how tightly the tissue is packed together.
  • 10. CLASSIFICATION OF BONES The bones of the body come in a variety of sizes and shapes. The four principal types of bones are long, short, flat and irregular
  • 11. LONG BONES Bones that are longer than they are wide are called long bones. They consist of a long shaft with two bulky ends or extremities. They are primarily compact bone but may have a large amount of spongy bone at the ends or extremities. Long bones include bones of the thigh, leg, arm, and forearm.
  • 12. SHORT BONES They consist primarily of spongy bone, which is covered by a thin layer of compact bone. Short bones include the bones of the wrist and ankle.
  • 13. FLAT BONES Flat bones are thin, flattened, and usually curved. Most of the bones of the cranium are flat bones.
  • 14. IRREGULAR BONES Bones that are not in any of the above three categories are classified as irregular bones. They are primarily spongy bone that is covered with a thin layer of compact bone. The vertebrae and some of the bones in the skull are irregular bones.
  • 15. BONE DEVELOPMENT & GROWTH Osteoblasts, osteocytes and osteoclasts are the three cell types involved in the development, growth and remodeling of bones.  Osteoblasts are bone-forming cells,  osteocytes are mature bone cells and  osteoclasts break down and reabsorb bone.
  • 16. THE JOINTS A joint is the point where two or more bones meet. There are three main types:    Fibrous (immoveable), Cartilagenous (partially moveable) and Synovial (freely moveable) joint.
  • 17. FIBROUS JOINT This type of joint is held together by only a ligament.
  • 18. CARTILAGENOUS JOINT
  • 19. SYNOVIAL JOINT Cavities between bones in synovial joints are filled with synovial fluid. This fluid helps lubricate and protect the bones. Bursa sacks contain the synovial fluid. The bursitis is the inflamation of the bursa. There are six types of synovial joints: pivot joint, ball-and-socket join, hinge joint, condyloid joint, saddle joint and gliding joint.
  • 20. • pivot joint Enables rotation around a lengthwise axis: the cylindrical terminal part of a bone is encased in a hollow cylinder. Examples include the tibia and the fibula. • ball-and-socket joint Allows movement along three axes, such as in the shoulder: flexion and extension, rotation, and adduction (arm drawing near the trunk) and abduction (arm drawing away from the trunk). • hinge joint Enables flexion and extension along a single axis. The elbow is a particularly good example: the round terminal part of the humerus turns in the hollow of the ulna.
  • 21. • condyloid joint An example is the wrist, which the hand can move on two axes: flexion and extension; it can also be tilted sideways (toward the radius and ulna). • saddle joint Resembles the condyloid joint but allows a wider range of motion; this type of joint is rare. • gliding joint Surfaces of these joints are relatively flat and not very mobile; they allow only a narrow gliding range (e.g., vertebrae, certain bones of the carpus).
  • 22. THE TENDONS • A tendon is a tough but flexible structure made of fibrous tissue that joins a bone to a muscle. • When a muscle contracts it pulls on a bone to cause movement. The tendon transmits the force from the muscle to the bone. • The tendonitis is the inflammation of a tendon
  • 23. THE LIGAMENTS • Ligaments are bands of connective tissues that link two or more bones. • Ligaments make joints stable and prevent from excessive movements.
  • 24. The KNEE
  • 25. THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM • Our skeletal has more than 650 muscles, most of them disposed in pairs to provide movement.
  • 26. THE MUSCULAR TISSUE Muscular cells are called muscle fibers. Every fibers contain thousand of myofibrils. Inside each myofibril there are many myofilaments that are made of two proteins: the actin and the myosin. The myobibrils are divided is subunits called sarcomeres.
  • 27. THE MUSCULAR CONTRACTION
  • 28. THE MUSCULAR CONTRACTION
  • 29. TYPES OF MUSCLES • There are three types of muscles: cardiac, smooth and skeletal.
  • 30. CARDIAC MUSCLE • It is only found in the heart. • It’s made of striated fibers and its contraction is directed by the ANS. • It contracts involuntarily and rhythmically. It’s also very resistant to fatigue due to the large number of mitochondria they have.
  • 31. SMOOTH MUSCLE • Smooth muscle are also known as involuntary as its contraction is lead by the CNS and the glands. • It covers the hollow walls of many organs such as the oesophagus, the broncchi, the uterus or the stomach. • It contracts slowly.
  • 32. SKELETAL MUSCLE • The skeletal muscles are also known as striated or voluntary. • They are attached to bones by tendons providing movement. • Their contraction is quick and variable from powerful to precise. It is controlled by the CNS.
  • 33. Now, test your knowledge • http://www.proprofs.com/quizschool/story.php?title=musculoskeletalsystem-101