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EZ-Anat Ch. 7

Barron's E-Z Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 7 review

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The bones of the upper and lower appendages comprise the: appendicular skeleton
Movement of the bones is provided by the body's: skeletal muscles
The cranial bones are fused together at immovable joints known as: sutures
The forehead and anterior roof of the cranium is formed by the: frontal bone
The posterial cranial floor is formed by the: occipital bone
The occipital bone contains a large hole for passage of the spinal cord known as the: foramen magnum
The bones that form the side walls of the cranium are called the: temporal bones
The mastoid process is a rounded process of the: temporal bone
The projection of the temporal bone helping form the cheekbone is the: zygomatic process
The cranial bone that has the shape of a butterfly and forms the anterior internal floor of the cranium is the: sphenoid bone
Membranous areas between the skull bones present in the newborn are known as: fontanels
Each zygomatic bone has a projection forming the anterior cheekbone and is known as the: temporal process
The smallest facial bones are the: maxillae
The lower jaw bone is shaped as a horseshoe and is called the mandible
The vertebral column is composed of 26 bones known as vertebrae
The five sacral vertebrae fuse to one another to form the: sacrum
The vertebrae of the neck are known as: cervical vertebrae
The unfused vertebrae of the vertebral column are seperated from one another by: intervertebral disks
An abnormal sideways curve of the spinal column is known as: scoliosis
The spinal cord extends through the vertebral column by passing through openings in the vertebrae known as: vertebral foramena
The first vertebrae of the vertebral column is the: atlas
The three recognizable parts of the sternum are the manubrium, the body, and the: xiphoid process
The last two pairs of ribs do not attach to the sternum and are known as: floating ribs
The arms are connected to the rib cage by connecting bones organized as the: pectoral girdle
The anterior rod-shaped bone connecting the arm bones to the axial skeleton is the: scapula
The olecranon process is a feature of the: ulna
The phalanges of the hand are the bones found in the: fingers
The three bones of the pelvis are the ilium, ischium, and the: pubis
Where the ilium joins the sacrum, the joint is known as the: sacroiliac joint
The largest and strongest bone of the human body is the: femur
The kneecap bone is called the: patella
The thin leg bone extending down the lateral portion of the lower leg is the: fibula
The larger leg bone found on the medial side of the lower leg is the: tibia
The ankle of the lower leg is formed by a series of tarsals that number: seven
The toe bones are known as: phalanges
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