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support the superior portion of the bridge of the nose; connected to cartilages that support the distal portions of the nose
inferior nasal conchae
create turbulance in air passing throught the nasal cavity; promotes warming and humidification of inhailed air
posterior, lateral and inferior surfaces of the cranium; lower back of head, above the neck; below the lambdoid sture; home of occipital crest
superior and lateral surfaces of the cranium; top side of the head (2) divided by sagittal suture
anterior portion of the cranium; roof of orbits; helps flush mucous of frontal sinuses; in front of coronal suture
lateral wall of the cranium; articulates with facial bones and mandible; protects organs of inner ear; attachment site for muscles that close the jaw and move the head; surrounded by squamous suture
breastbone; anterior midline of thoracic wall; includes the manubrium, body, and xiphoid process
C1-C7; neck; support skull; long split tip; stabalize positions of brain and spinal cord; allow controlled head movements
T1-T12; chest; long, slender, not split; support weight of head, neck, upper limbs, and chest.
L1-L5; inferior of back; blunt and broad; support weight of head, neck uper limbs and trunk
8 bones, from pinky to thumb: (proximal) pisiform, triquetrum, lunate, scaphoid, (distal) hamate, capitate, trapezoid, trapezium
2 in the pelvic gridle; consists of the ilium (superior), ischium (posterior), and pubis (anterior)
parallel to the tibia; bears no weight; site of attachment of muscles that move the foot and toes
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