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Bolvin-AnatomyCh7Pt2

Reviews material for second bone practical

QuestionAnswer
knoblike process usually larger than a tubercle, the tibia has on tuberosity
incomplete break in bone, usually occurs in young people greenstic
move toe closer to shin dorsiflexion
narrow ridgelike projection, the ilium has one crest
turning the foot so the sole faces laterally eversion
type of fracture that is a clean break of a bone that does not puncture the skin simple
moving a part so that its end follows a circular path (finger in a circular motion without moving the hand) circumduction
relatively deep pit or depression in bone fossa
armlike bar of bone ramus
turning the hand so that the palm is facing downward or posteriorly (in anatomical position) pronation
moving a part away from the midline abduction
a thorn like projection on a bone spine
type of fracture in which the bone breaks cleanly but the broken end sticks through the skin compound
type of fracture in which the bone breaks into many small pieces comminuted
relatively large process, the femur has one trochanter
an enlargement on the end of a bone head
fracture type resulting when a bone is crushed, common with osteoporosis patients compression
fraction type in which pieces of bone is pushed inward, common with car accidents and blunt force trauma to the head depression
turning the sole of the foot so it faces medially inversion
moving a part forward (thrusting your chin out) protraction
moving a part toward midline of the body adduction
rounded process that usually articulates with another bone condyle
large hole in a bone foramen
fracture type that is caused by the ends of a bone being forced together such as when you catch yourself when falling impacted
ragged break resulting from a twisting movement spiral
tubelike passageway in a bone meatus
movement that straightens a joint extension
turning th ehand so the palm faces upward or anteriorly (in anatomical position) supination
joint type that is responsible for sliding or twisting movements, found in wrist, ankle and sacroiliac joints gliding
type joint that allows flexion and extension, found in the knee and elbow hinge
bending parts at a joint so that the angle betweenthem decreases flexion
excessive extension of the parts at the joint beyond the anatomical position hyperextension
type of joint found between the proimal ends of radius and ulna that allows rotation around a central axis pivot
moving a part forward (sticking out your chin) protraction
raising a part like shrugging the shoulders elevation
type of joint only found between the carpal and metacarpal of the thumb, allows a variety of movements saddle
Created by: abolvin