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Anatomy PROF HOB FIn

Charac of Sthenic? hearth moderate transverse stomach upper left
Charac of asthenic? heart vertical diagragm is low stomach is low gallbladder low thorax long and shallow a wide pelvis
Charac of Hypersthenic? diaghragm high stomach high and transverse gallbladder high thorax short, broad, and deep pelvis is narrow
Development of Intermembranous Ossification? is bones that develp from from fibrious membrane
Primary ossification 4 what bones? short and irregular bones
short bones? wrist and tarsal bones of the ankle
Classifications: Functional: degree of movement Structural:Types of tissue/ and its degree of movement Functional: degree of movement Structural:Types of tissue/ and its degree of movement
Put into its own catagories of fibrous cartilaginous: -suture -Gomphosis -epiphyseal plate suture and Gomphosis are fibrous, epiphesial plate is cartiliginous
Epiphyseal plate growth occur in jnts at what time? During growth -temporary stay
Carpal groove made up of? hamate and pisiform
____ carpal bone that has tubercle anterior and lateral Schapoid
Shape of LUNATE, art? Crescent shape, art with radius
Triquetrum shape, and art? Pyramidal, art with anter. +hamate
Pisiforms location? Anter to triquetrum
Capitate art? art with base of the third mc
distal end of Radius and ulner there is a... styloid process -on each
uniq @ lat angle? thickest part body of scap
Subtalur jnt allows? -gliding (slight gliding type movement)
Tibia angle? -angles 5-15 deg medially
At the back of Scapula is the? -Subscapular fossa
Thickest part body of scap? lat angle
Subtalur jnt allows movement? -gliding (slight gliding type movement)
Where is the Cuboid? -lat side of foot -btw calcaneous and base of 4th and 5th MT's
Where is the Navicular? -med side of foot -btw talus and the cuniforms
Superior Aperature of pelvis -imag line from upper part of sacrum -upper part of sacrum -forms inlet -ABOVE: -FALSE PELVIS
Inferior Aperature/outlet -Coccyx-lower margin of symp pubis
Created by: Eli-45