What type of bone tissue surrounds the medullary cavity? a. spongy bone b. epiphysis c. compact...
What type of bone tissue surrounds the medullary cavity?
a. spongy bone
c. compact bone
Bone is a type of connective tissue serving many purposes in the body, including structure and support, attachments for muscles to produce movement, storage of minerals, and production of blood cells.
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