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Appendicular Skeleto

Know all the bones and their associated features

TermDefinition
Appendicular Skeleton Pectoral girdle, upper limb, pelvic girdle, lower limb
Clavicle Collarbone
Scapula Shoulder blade
Glenoid Fossa Where humerus articulates with scapula
Humerus Upper arm bone
Radius Rotates over ulna (has circle end)
Ulna Inside forearm (has a U built in) [where humerus sits]
Carpals Meet with wrist
Metacarpals Palm bones (1-5)
Phalanges Proximal, intermediate, distal (14 per hand)
Innominate (os coxa) One side of pelvis
Acetabulum Hip socket
Obturator Foramen The hole formed by the ischium and pelvis
Ilium Top part of os coxa
Iliac Crest Top ridge on Ilium
Greater Sciatic Notch Prominent U shape between ilium and ischium
Auricular Surface Ear shaped part on ilium where sacrum touches
Ischium Thick bone inferior to the ilium which you sit upon
Ischial Tuberosity Butt bones
Pubis Meets with ilium and ischium at the acetabulum (pubic bone)
Pubic Symphysis where both sides of the pubis meet
Femur Connects to pelvis
Patella Kneecap
Tibia Shaped like a "T" (shinbone)
Fibula Lowercase "l" [super skinny]
Tarsals Ankle Bones (7 per foot)
Calcaneus Heel of the foot (largest tarsal bone)
Talus On top of calcaneus where Tibia and Fibula meet to make ankle joint
Metatarsals Palm of foot (1-5)
Phalanges Proximal, intermediate, distal (14 per foot)
Created by: evaqua