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Bony Lndmrk

Pelivc Girdle, Spine, Femur, Shoulder Girdle

The Pelvis is composed of? sacrum, ilium, ischium pubis and cccyx
The ASIS is the? anterior superior iliac spine
The PSIS is the? Posterior superior iliac spine
The Iliac crest is the? outward and upward flaring ridge of the hip
The Ischial Tuberosities are the? lower back end of the coxal bones or the "sits bones"
The Pubic Symphysis is the? lower front portion of the coxal bones connected by a cartlagenous disc - the pubic bone
The Spinal Column is a? strong flexible rod supporting the trunk, extending from skull to pelvis
Vertebral Bodies are? round flattened surface which interfaces with intervertebral discs
The Posterior spinous process is? spiny portion that you feel along the middle of your back, also the sites of muscular attachment
The Transverse spinous process are? flaps of bone sticking to the sides of the vertebral body - also sites of muscular attachment
The Sacrum is the? back of the pelvic ring
The coccyx is also known as the? tail bone
The Greater Trochanter and the Lesser Trochanter are part of the? Femur
The Greater Trochanter is the? upper lateral process of the superior end of the femur
The Lesser Trochanter is the? lower medial process of the superior end of the femur
The Condyles are the? medial and lateral joints articulating with the lower leg
The acromion is? point of scapula that joins with the clavicle
The Coracoid process is? site of muscle attachment for shoulder joint
The Glenoid fossa is? oval hole on the scapula that joins with the humerus
The Acromioclavicular joint is the? shoulder blade and collar bone joint
The Sternoclavicular joint is the? sternum and collar bone joint
The spine of the scapula is the? posterior protrusion for muscle attachment
The Superior angle of the scapula is the? superior-medial borderof the scapula
Created by: Nlockhart