5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Iliac crest
- Posterior superior iliac spine
- Ischial tuberosity
- Lateral malleolus
- Medial epicondyle of femur
- a Distal enlargement on medial femur.
- b "hip bone" From anterior superior iliac spine to posterior superior iliac spine.
- c Boney prominence at end of iliac crest on posterior surface; lies just about the "dimple" or depression which is the landmark for the sacroiliac joint on the body surface
- d Boney prominence that takes weight of body when seated upright.
- e Lateral "ankle bone"; distal pointed end of fibula
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Lateral "ankle bone"; distal pointed end of fibula.
- "shin bone" Sharp margin below tibia tuberosity; can be palpated its entire length.
- Caudal tip of vertabral column, deep between the two buttocks.
- Curved triangular bone (five fused vertabrae) beneath lumbar spine.
- Distal enlargement on lateral femur.
5 True/False Questions
Lateral epicondyle of femur → Distal enlargement on medial femur
Tuberosity of tibia → "shin bone" Sharp margin below tibia tuberosity; can be palpated its entire length.
Patella → knee cap.
Greater trochanter of femur → Distal enlargement on lateral femur.
Anterior superior iliac spine → Anterior bump at end of iliac crest on anterior surface.