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A&P Week 6 Test 2

Masterbooks Intro to A&P Volume 1

TermDefinition
intervertebral discs the vertebrae separated by cushions
vertebral foramen a large hole in each of the vertebrae
thoracic cage made up of 12 thoracic verterbrae in the rear, the 12 pairs of ribs on the sides, and the sternum in the front
sternum the front portion of the thoracic cage, also called the breastbone
upper limb consists of the pectoral girdle, arm, forearm, wrist, and hand
pectoral girdle consists of the clavicle and scapula
arm the part between your shoulder and elbow
forearm the part between your elbow and wrist
humerus forms a ball and socket joint with the shoulder on the top and a hinge joint with the forearm's ulna below, at the elbow
thigh with only one bone, it connects the hip and the knee
leg with two bones, it begins at the knee and goes to the ankle
coccyx below the sacrum, it is the tip of the vertebral column
femur the only bone in the thigh
acetabulum the ball of the femur fits into this special cavity on the pelvis
ankle made up of the distal ends of the tibia and fibula, along with the talus
ankle sprain a situation where a ligament in the ankle is torn
calcaneous the heel bone
metatarsals the mid-portion of the foot is composed of these five bones
bipedal gait walking upright on two legs