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Anatoy chapter 7 practical
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What bones are joined by the lambdoid suture?
Where is the saggital suture located?
What bones are joined by the saggital suture?
Right and left parietal bones
Where is the coronal suture located?
What bones are joined by the coronal suture?
Pariental bones and frontal bone
Where is the squamous suture located?
What bones are joined by the squamous suture?
Parietal and temporal bones
Where is the lambdoid suture ocated?
Where is the frontal bone located?
Where are the parietal bones located?
Where is the occipital bone located?
Where are the temporal bones located?
Where is the sphenoid bones located?
Where is the zygomatic arch located?
What bones form the zygomatic arch?
A process (extension or outgrowth) of the zygomatic bone meeting with a process of the temporal bone
Where is the occipital condyle?
What is the function of the occipital condyle?
forms a joint with the first cervical vertebra, enabling the head to move relative to the neck
Where is the maxilla?
What is the function of the maxilla?
is involved in the formation of the orbit, nose and palate, holds the upper teeth and plays an important role for communication.
Where is the mandible?
What is the function of the mandible?
Lower part of the skull,forms the mouth structure. This opens and closes the mouth and also allows for the chewing of food
Where is the vomer?
Inferior part of nasal septum
What is the function of the vomer?
separates the nasal cavities into left and right sides.
Where are the lacrimal bones?
In medial walls of orbits
What is the function of the lacrimal bones?
elps form the nasolacrimal canal necessary for tear movement
-Vertebrae type containing foramina inthe transverse processes
-seven components; unfused
-Transverse processes have facets for articulation with ribs
-spinouse process points sharply downward
-twelve components; unfused
-massive vertebrae; weight-sustaining
-five components; unfused
-supports the head; allows a rocking motion in conjuction with the occipital condyles
-is the most superior (first) cervical vertebra of the spine,carries the head, rotates.
Where is the atlas located?
-the dens on this vertebrae provides a pivot point for the first cervical vertebrae
-the second cervical vertebra (C2) of the spine
Where is the axis located?
is a bony projection off the posterior (back) of each vertebra
is the thick oval segment of bone forming the front of the vertebra
small bony projection off the right and left side of each vertebrae
-provide attachment for muscles and ligaments
-the spinal cord passes.
supports and moves the head.
supports the thorax.
supports the abdomen.
Where is the sternum located?
What are 3 parts of the sternum?
a rib that is attached directly to the breastbone
A rib that is unattached
Where is the costal cartilage located?
Anterior ends of ribs
What is the function of costal cartilage?
allows the chest to expand during respiration
Where is the acromion process located?
Where is the corocoid process located?
Where is the glenoid cavity located?
Where is the olecranon process?
Where is the olecranon fossa located?
Where is the styloid process of radius?
Where is the styloid process of ulna?
Wrist. (8 bones in 2 rows)
These bones Form the palm
Thumb has 2 bones
Pointer-pinky finger have 3 bones
How are metacarpals named?
Due to the fact that they are a group of bones between phalanges and carpal
How are phalanges named?
Most of the bones have a phalanx
Where is the head of femur located?
Where is the grater trochanter located?
Where is the lesser trochanter located?
Where is the tibial tuberosity located?
Where are the medial condyles located?
Where are the lateral condyles located?
Where is the medial malleous?
Where is the lateral malleolus located?
What is the relationship between the tibia and talus?
The distal end of the tibia articulates with the talus at the ankle
Is the talus a tarsal or metatarsal?
Where is the calcaneous bone located?
Where is the sacrum located?
Articulates the hip bones laterally
Where is the pubic symphysis located?
What is the coxal bones composed of?
the ilium, ischium, and pubis
Where is the acetabulum located?
Where is the ilium located?
Where is the pubis located?
Where is the ischium located?
Where is the obturator foramen located?
Where is the ischial spine located?
Where is the iliac crest located?
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