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Monahan

Lower Limb Bones

QuestionAnswer
Name the heel bone. calcaneus
Name the tarsal bone that articulates with the tibia and fibula to form the ankle joint. talus
The cuboid bone is found on which side of the foot? lateral
Metatarsal #1 is always with which toe? big toe
The tibia is always on which side of the leg? medial
Name the large process of the tibia just inferior to the patella. tibial tuberosity
The anterior crest and medial malleolus are features of which bone? tibia
Which two bones have medial and lateral condyles? femur and tibia
Name the feature of the femur that articulates with the acetabulum. head
Which direction must the head of the femur always face? medial
Name the ridge on the posterior surface of the femur. linea aspera
Name the small hole in the head of the femur. fovea capitis
Name the area upon which the patella sits. patellar surface
Name the lateral bone of the lower leg. fibula
Which feature of the fibula articulates with the talus to form the ankle joint? lateral malleolus
What is the knee cap called? patella
The big toe is missing which phalanx bone? middle phalanx
How many middle phalanx bones are in your feet? 8
How many tarsal bones are in your feet? 14
Name the five bones that form the arch of your foot. metatarsals
The greater and lesser trochanters are features of which bone? femur
Which two bones articulate to form the knee joint? femur and tibia
Name the heel bone. calcaneus
Name the tarsal bone that articulates with the tibia and fibula to form the ankle joint. talus
The cuboid bone is found on which side of the foot? lateral
Metatarsal #1 is always with which toe? big toe
The tibia is always on which side of the leg? medial
Name the large process of the tibia just inferior to the patella. tibial tuberosity
The anterior crest and medial malleolus are features of which bone? tibia
Which two bones have medial and lateral condyles? femur and tibia
Name the feature of the femur that articulates with the acetabulum. head
Which direction must the head of the femur always face? medial
Name the ridge on the posterior surface of the femur. linea aspera
Name the small hole in the head of the femur. fovea capitis
Name the area upon which the patella sits. patellar surface
Name the lateral bone of the lower leg. fibula
Which feature of the fibula articulates with the talus to form the ankle joint? lateral malleolus
What is the knee cap called? patella
The big toe is missing which phalanx bone? middle phalanx
How many middle phalanx bones are in your feet? 8
How many tarsal bones are in your feet? 14
Name the five bones that form the arch of your foot. metatarsals
The greater and lesser trochanters are features of which bone? femur
Which two bones articulate to form the knee joint? femur and tibia
Name the heel bone. calcaneus
Name the tarsal bone that articulates with the tibia and fibula to form the ankle joint. talus
The cuboid bone is found on which side of the foot? lateral
Metatarsal #1 is always with which toe? big toe
The tibia is always on which side of the leg? medial
Name the large process of the tibia just inferior to the patella. tibial tuberosity
The anterior crest and medial malleolus are features of which bone? tibia
Which two bones have medial and lateral condyles? femur and tibia
Name the feature of the femur that articulates with the acetabulum. head
Which direction must the head of the femur always face? medial
Name the ridge on the posterior surface of the femur. linea aspera
Name the small hole in the head of the femur. fovea capitis
Name the area upon which the patella sits. patellar surface
Name the lateral bone of the lower leg. fibula
Which feature of the fibula articulates with the talus to form the ankle joint? lateral malleolus
What is the knee cap called? patella
The big toe is missing which phalanx bone? middle phalanx
How many middle phalanx bones are in your feet? 8
How many tarsal bones are in your feet? 14
Name the five bones that form the arch of your foot. metatarsals
The greater and lesser trochanters are features of which bone? femur
Which two bones articulate to form the knee joint? femur and tibia
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