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Chapter 15

Skeletal System

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Forms the forehead and the roof of the bony sockets that contains the eyes Frontal Lobe
The bat-shaped bone that extends behind the eyes Sphenoid Bone
The thin delicate bone that supports the nasal cavity Ethmoid bone
The two bones that form the lower sides and base of the cranium Temporal Bone
Forms the back and base of the skull Occiptal Bone
The two bones that form the roof and upper part of the sides of the cranium Parietal Bone
Upper Jaw Bones Maxillary bones`
Cheekbones Zygmomatic Bone (2)
The two slender bones that support the bridge of the nose Nasal Bones
Two Bones located at the corner of each eyes Lacrimal Bones
Forms the lower portion of the nasal septum Vomer
Lower Jawbones Mandibular bone
Neck Region Cervical Curve (7)
Chest Region Thoracic Curve (12)
Low back region Lumbar Curve (5)
Triangular shaped bone inferior to the low back region Sacral
Tailbone Coccyx
Pad of cartilage between the vertebrae Intervertebral Disc
Collar bone Clavicle
Breastbone Sternum
12 pairs attaches to the vertebrae Ribs
Fingers Phalanges
Wrist bones Carpals
Palm of the hand Metacarpals
Upper Arm Humerus
Medial forearm Ulna
Lateral Forearm Radius
What are the bones of the pelvis? Ilium, Pubis and Ischium
Uppermost part of the pelvis Ilium
Anterior part of the pelvis Pubis
Lowermost part of the pelvis Ischium
Kneecap Patella
Thigh bone Femur
Toes Phalanges
Hindfoot Tarsals
Midfoot Metatarsals
Media lower leg Tibia
Lateral lower leg Fibula
Created by: Sarah93