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Bones

TermDefinition
Mandible lower jawbone
Calcaneal heel bone
Cervical vertebrae composes the cervical spine (neck.) provide support, stability, and structure for neck
Thoracic vertebrae compose the middle segment of the vertebral column
Lumbar vertebrae the five vertebrae between the lumbar and pelvis
Sacrum large, triangular bone at base of spine and at upper back part of pelvic part of cavity. inserted like a wedge between the two hip bones.
Pelvis lower part of trunk between the abdomen and thighs
Femur thigh bone. most proximal bone of the leg. only bone in the thigh.
Patella knee-cap
Tibia shin bone. connects with ankle and knee bones. larger and stronger of the two distal leg bones
Fibula calf bone. smaller of two distal leg bones
Tarsals bones of the foot, located between the between the lower end of the tibia and fibula
Scapula shoulder blade. connects the humerus with the clavicle
Clavicle collarbone
Sternum chest bone. long fat bony plate shaped like a necktie. connects to the rib bones via catrilage
Frontal bone located at front of the skull.
Temporal located at front and sides of skull.
Occipital bone located at back and lower part of skull
Parietal forms the sides and roof of the cranium
Humerus long bone in arm that runs from the shoulder to the elbow
Radius long bone in forearm. extends from lateral end of forearm to thumb side
Ulna long bone in forearm that is located on opposite side of forearm from thumb
Carpals wrist. made up of 8 bones.
Digits fingers and thumbs. one of the most distal parts of a limb.
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