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study guide 3
sternum flat bone
manubrium, body and xiphoid process
12 ribs consist of
7 pair true ribs
5 pair false ribs
2 pairs floating ribs
what are the spaces inbetween the ribs
5 regions of the vertebral column
cervical -thoracic -lumbar- sacral -coccygeal
how can you tell a lumbar vertebra from a cervical vertebra
lumbar vertebrae are large block like with a blunt spinous process that projects directly back.
They have a large body and no foramina in their transverse process.
pectorial consists of
clavicle and a scapula
the scapula has two important processes
acromion largest and the coracoid The acromion connects with the clavicle.
the clavicle is not directly connected to the axial skeleton
held in place by trunk muslces.
radial is on the thumbside in anatomical position
ulna on the pinky side
what is the single point of attachment of the shoulder girdle to the axial skeleton
the sternoclvicular joint
which bones of the upper limb have styloid process
the pelvic girdle is formed by
the coxal bones or hip bones
boney pelvis =
2 coxal bones, sacrum and coccyx
hip bone is formed of
ilium,ishium and pubis
location where an injection would go
what is the sit down bone?
pubic bone is the
most anterior part of the coxal
receives the head of the thigh bone femur
it is a common fracture site
what is the heaviest, strongest bone in the body
there are ____tarsal bones
there are ____carpal bones the palm