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Organization of Skeleton - The Pelvic Girdle and Lower Limb

The pelvic girdle consists of two types of what bone? Hip Bone
The head of the femur articulates with the (BLANK)of the hip bone. Acetabulum
The (BLANK) is the largest portion of the hip bone. Ilium
The distance between the (BLANK) represents the shortest diameter of the pelvic outlet. Ischial Spine
The pubic bones come together anteriorly to form the joint called the (BLANK) Pubic Symphysis
The (BLANK) is the portion of the ilium that causes the prominence of the hip. Iliac Crest
When a person sits, the (BLANK) of the ischium supports the weight of the body. Ischial Tuberosity
The angle formed by the pubic bones below the pubic symphysis is called the (BLANK) Pubic Arch
The (BLANK) is the largest foramen in the skeleton. Obturator Foramen
The ilium joins the sacrum at the (BLANK) joint. Sacroiliac
What kind of bone is Middle phalanx? Phalanges
Where does this bone belong Lesser trochanter? Femur
On what bone can you find the Medial malleolus? Tibia
On what bone would you find the Fovea capitis? Femur
What kind of bone is Calcaneus? Tarsals
On what bone would you find the Lateral cuneiform? Tarsals
On what bone would you find the Tibial tuberosity? Tibia
What kind of bone is Talus? Tarsals
On what bone would you find the Linea aspera? Femur
On what bone would you find the Lateral malleolus? Fibula
Where does the Sesamoid bone belong? Patella
What type of Five bones that form the instep? Metatarsals
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