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Skeletal system

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How many ribs are in the body? 24
How many cervical vertebrae do we have? 7
How many thoracic vertebrae do we have? 12
How many lumbar vertebrae do we have? 5
How many true ribs do we have? 14
How many false ribs do we have? 10
But the last two pairs of the false ribs are called... Floating ribs
How many carpels are there in the body? 16
How many metacarpels are there in the body? 10
How many phalanges are there in the body? 56
Projection off of bones that are sites of muscle or ligament attachment
Crest Narrow ridge of bone
Trochanter very large, blunt, irregular process
Tuberosity Large rounded, roughened process
Tubercle small rounded process
Condyle rounded, articular process
Foramen round or oval opening through a bone
Fossa shallow depression in bone
Meatus Canal like opening
Articulation where 2 or more bones come together
Fontanel soft spot on the skull
How many tarsals are there in the body? 14
How many metatarsals are there in the body? 10
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