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Lab Pratical (Bones)
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on both sides of the part in your hair
temples of head
if you fall and hit the back of your head, you had an "occident"
bumps at the bottom of the skull
high cheek bones
upper jaw: "Max" has a mustache (men have mustaches)
lower jaw: "Mandy" talks a lot (wags her bottom jaw)
shoulder blade - 'flat like a spatula'
eating ribs makes you smile & the bones are very curved like a super-smile
vertebrae from the shoulders to bottom of ribs
vertebrae from shoulder to skull
vertebrae form bottom of ribs to the sacrum
has a "ball" end for the shoulder and a broad flat end that makes up the elbow
palm facing up, this is the bone closest to the body & has a 'u' shape on one end
Right hand palm up, this is the outside bone, tracing your arm up through your thumb makes a lower case "r" - end of bone has a circle on it and circles have a radius!
palm or flat of the hand
Coxal bone (coxa)
"sacred" area (?)
front fusion of the coxal bones
tailbone; rattlesnake rattle
thighbone, largest bone of the body; ball end for the hip joint
kneecap, just a blob of bone
shin bone, 2 dents at end that are parallel to length of the bone (looks owl-like)
thin and flexible - likes to "fib" that it's big like the tibia - 'fibula = flimsy'
don't confuse this with the hand bones - remember 't is for toes'
instep and arch; flat of the foot
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