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Skeletal System


Frontal Bone forhead
Parietal Bone Top and upper parts of the sides of the skull
Temporal Bone Include opening for the ear canals
Occipital Bone bone on the back of your head
Maxilla upper jaw
Mandible only movable bone of the face
Zygomatic cheer bones
Vertebrae individual bones that make up the spine
7 Cervical vertebrae 7 individual vertical vertebae
Cervical neck
12 Thoracic vertebrae 12 individual bones of the chest
Thoracic pertaining to chest
5 Lumbar vertebrae 5 individual vertebrae
Lumbar Lower back
Sacrum 5 fused bones
coccyx tail bone
Sternum breast bone
Ribs Protective cage connected to vertebrae
Clavicle collar bones
Scapula shoulder blades
Femur Thigh bone (strongest bone in body)
Patella Knee cap
Tibia middle thicker bone of lower leg
Fibula small bone behind tib /shin bone
calcaneus heel bone
Phalanges toes
Metatarsals make up instep
Tarsals the foot
humerus upper arm
Ulna pinky side of your arm
radius Thumbs side of your arm
Joints Points where 2 or more bones are connected
Created by: mariaolivares