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A&P Bones1

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Femur Longest bone in the body, head points in and lesser trochanter is posterior
Head of Femur Knob of Femur
Neck of Femur Attaches Head
Fovea Capitis of Femur endentaion in the head
Greater Trochanter of Femur Ridge protrusion at top by the neck
Lesser Trochanter of Femur knob at base of neck
Linea Aspera (Femur) Rough ridge on posterior of femur
Lateral Condyle (Femur) knob on outside bottom
Medial Condyle (Femur) knob on inside bottom below the head
Tibia Bone (must know left from right) Mid size leg bone; medial malleolus on inside & tibial tuberosity is anterior
Medial Condyle (Tibia) Top inside protrusions
Lateral Condyle (Tibia) Outside top protrusions
Tibial Tuberosity (Tibia) Knob like structure on front (anterior) of bone
Medial Malleolus (Tibia) Bottom inside extension; connects to ankle
Fibula Bone Smallest leg bone; knobby head and pointy malleolus
Head of Fibula Knobby
Lateral Malleolus (Fibula) Flattened pointy attachment
Patella Knee cap shell shaped
Created by: lynette.thorpe