← Anatomy Appendicular Skeleton trivia Export Options Alphabetize Word-Def Delimiter Tab Comma Custom Def-Word Delimiter New Line Semicolon Custom Data Copy and paste the text below. It is read-only. Select All carpals Another name for the wrist bones maxilla Another name for the upper jaw? talus What is the name of the most proximal ankle bone? cartilage What material is found between the vertebrae? femur Another name for the thighbone? pivot What type of joint is the neck? ulna Another name for the lower arm bone that doesn't rotate? radius Another name for the lower arm bone that articulates with the thumb phalanges Another name for fingers? 5 What number is the baby finger? #1 or thumb Which finger does not have a middle phalange? 24 (7+12+5) How many vertebrae do you have? metacarpals Which bones form the palm of your hand? clavicle Another name for the collar bone? scapula Another name for the shoulder blade? sutures Another name for the wavy joints of the skull? Humerus Which bone is the deltoid tuberosity found? cranium What is the whole top of the skull called? Humerus The bone that articulates with the Glenoid fossa. Scapula Bone that has the Glenoid fossa? Scapula The Acromion process is on this bone. Scapula The coracoid process is on this bone. Ulna The coranoid process is on this bone. Humerus The coranoid fossa is on this bone. Tarsals Another name for the ankle bones. fibula The thin bone of the lower leg is called. sternum Another name for the breast bone. Xyphoid process The small piece of the sternum at the most inferior part is. Styloid process The pointy distal end of the radius is called. mandible Your lower teeth are located in the: Patella The Sesamoid bone found in the knee is called: 24 (12 pair) How many ribs do you have (total) Phalanges What are the bones of the toes called? Acetabulum The head of the femur articulates with this big fossa. Ilium The large bone called the hip is: Symphysis pubis The joint between the pelvic bones is called: Lateral malleolus The distal, lateral aspect of the fibula is: Medial malleolus The distal, medial aspect of the tibia is: femur The largest bone in the body is: calcaneous The most posterior bone of the foot is: Long The femur is an example of what type of bone? Long What type of bone supports the most weight? Flat What type of bone protects internal organs? Flat What type of bone is the Ilium? Irregular What type of bones are the vertebrae? Greenstick What kind of fracture breaks on only one side of the bone? Compound What type of fracture breaks through the skin? Simple If the ulna is broken in three places but does not puncture the skin it is: Brittle Lack of exercise causes bones to become: osteoblasts Cells that lay down concentric rings of calcium in bone are: osteoclasts Cells that dissolve bone matrix and put it in the calcium in the blood are: osteocytes Cells found in lacunae are called: Lots of blood vessels Bones heal quickly because: Haversian The central blood vessel in the individual units of bone is: Epiphysis The ends of the long bones are called: Diaphysis The shaft of longs bones is called: Lipid Yellow marrow is: Blood cells Red marrow produces: The medullary cavity Yellow marrow is housed in: spongy bone Red marrow is housed in: Stunted growth An epiphyseal fracture will cause what in a child? Epiphyseal plate The correct name for the growth plate is: articular cartilage The ends of the bone are covered with a smooth: Cartilage Osteogenesis starts with a ____ mold. remodeling Bone is constantly undergoing repair and replacement called: Periosteum The tough covering over a bone is called: Periosteum Shin splints are an inflamed: Osteoporosis A condition where the bone matrix looses calcium is: scoliosis An unusual side to side curvature of the spine is called: rickets A condition where the bones do not calcify and bend is: A giant Any person over 7 feet is said to be: dwarf Anyone under 4 foot 8 inches is said to be a: Vitamin D Rickets is caused by a deficiency of: D The body is unable to absorb calcium unless what vitamin is present: tuberosities Two points of muscle attachment on bone are periosteum and: The periosteum Two points of muscle attachment on bone are tuberosities and: Yellow marrow and compact bone The function of storage is achieved by: Red marrow The function of Hemopoisis is achieved by? Flat bones The function of protection is achieved by: Calcium Which mineral is stored in the bones?