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Bones

-An Overview

Long Bones

Femur
Humerus
Metacarpals
Radius

Short Bones

Calcaneus

Flat Bones

Frontal Bone
Mandible
Sternum

Irregular Bones

Vertebra

Axial Skeleton

Skull

Frontal

Forehead Bone
One of the Four Bones, Containing Paranasal Sinuses

Zygomatic

Cheekbone

Mandible

Lower Jaw
Site of Mental Foramen

Palatines

Posterior Part of Hard Palate

Nasal

Bridge of Nose

Parietals

Much of Lateral and Superior Cranium

Lacrimals

Tiny Bones, Bearing Tear Ducts

Maxillae

Anterior Part of Hard Palate
One of the Four Bones, Containing Paranasal Sinuses

Vomer

Nasal Septum

Occipitals

Most Posterior Part of Cranium
Its Condyles Articulate with the Atlas
Foramen Magnum Contained Here

Sphenoid

Single, Irregula, Bat-Shaped Bone, Forming part of the Cranial Floor
Site of Sella Turcica
One of the Four Bones, Containing Paranasal Sinuses

Ethmoid

Superior & Middle Nasal Conchae Formed From its Projections
Site of Cribform Plate
One of the Four Bones, Containing Paranasal Sinuses
Bears an Upward Protrusion, the "Cock's Comb," or Crista Galli

Temporals

Site of Mastiod Process
Site of Styloid Process
Middle of Ear Found Here
Site of External Acoustic Meatus

Vertebral Column

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Cervical Vertebra

Type of Vertebrae Containing Foramina in the Transverse Processes, through which the Vertebral Arteries Ascent to Reach the Brain
Seven Components, Unfused

Axis

Its Dens Provides a Pivot for Rotation of the First Cervical Vertebra

Thoracic Vertebra

Transverse Processes have Facets for Articulation with Ribs; Spinous Process Points Sharply Downward
Twelve Components, Unfused

Sacrum

Composite Bone, Articulates with the Hip Bone (Coxal) Laterally

Lumbar Vertbra

Massive Vertebrae, Weight Sustaining
Five Components

Coccyx

Tailbone; Vestigal Fused Vertebrae

Atlas

Supports Head; Allows the Rocking Motion of the Occipital Condyles

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