tubular passage, temporal bone
opening into a canal, temporal bone
slit in bone
soft spot, spaces between cranial bones
hole in bone, occipital bone
small holes, ethmoid bone
for tendon or nerve
spaces inside of bone; frontal bone
Processes that form joints are ....
Condyle, Facet, Head, Process
rounded knob/ surface
smooth flat, concave/convex vertebrae
prominent end to bone femur
bony prominence ; vertebrae
includes cervical, thoracic, lumbar
Lumbar looks like
Thoracic looks like
Processes for attachment are ....
crest, epicondyle, line, trochanter, tubercle, tuberosity
a narrow ridge
projections adjacent to condyle
elongated ridge; back of femur
large mass of bone, femur only
small rounded process ; Humerus
raised rough surface
interlocking joints of cranium
spots where cranial bones have not fused
What is the definition of epicondyle...
a prominence above condyle
A ____________ is a tube-like passage through bone.
The occipital bone at the base of the skull contains a large hole called a ________.
A raised roughened area on the anterior tibia that serves as a point of attachment on a bone is referred to as a(n)
When one is moving a limb toward the median plane (midline) of the body, it is called:
Connective tissue sacs lined with synovial membranes that act as cushions in places where friction develops are called:
Which of these joint types affords the greatest freedom of movement?
Ball and Socket
________ are cartilaginous joints.