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skeletal bones anatomy

Radius Number of:(2)Division: appendicularPart of body: upper extremeties-lateral to the Ulna... head is proximal
Sternum Number of:(1)Division:axialpart of body: Sternum-3 divisions- manubrium, gladiolus, xiphoid process(last part of body to ossify). has costal cartilage-contains ribs
Clavicle Number of:(2)Division: axialPart of body: upper extremetiesCommon name: collar bone-pectoral girdle, flat end near shoulder
Thoracic Vertebrae Number of:(2)Division:axialPart of body: Spinal column-look like giraffee
Ulna Number:(2)Division: appendicularPart of body: upper extremeties
Coxal bones Number of:(2)Division: appendicularPart of body:lower extremeties-3 divisions- Ilium, Ischium,Pubic-contains illiac crest, acetabulum(where head of femur fits into hip bone-hole in bone called obturator foramen
Coccyx Number of:(1)Division: axialPart of body Spinal columnCommon name: tail bone-4 fused vertabrae
Scapula Number of:(2)Division: appendicularCommon name: shoulder blade-pectoral girdle forms shoulder joint
Patella Number of:(2)DIvision: appendicularPart of body: lower extremetiescommon name: knee cap-sesamoid bone
Cervical Vertebrae Number of:(7)DIvision: axialPart of body: spinal column-ways to identify...Bifid, small and delicate, foramen holes
Sacrum Number of:(1)Division: axialPart of body: spinal column-5 fused vertebrae
Humerous Number:(2)Division:appendicularPrt of body: upper exttremeties-Head is proximal, head goes in socket-Trochlea looks like a pulley
Tarsals Number of:(14)Division:appendicularPart of body; lower extremeties- ankle bone called Calcaneal- bone you use to move foot up and down is Talus
Metatarsals Number of:(10)Division: appendicularPart of body: lower extremeties
Phalanges(feet) Number of:(28)Division:appendicularPart of body; lower extremeties
Carpals Number of:(16) Division: appendicularPart of body: upper extremeties
Metacarpals Number of:(10)Division:appendicularPart of body: upper extremeties
Femur Number of:(2)Division:appendicularPart of body: lower extremeties-strongest bone in body
Phalanges(hand) Number of:(2)division:appendicularPart of body: upper extremeties
Tibia Number of:(2)Division: appendicularPart of body: lower extremeties
Fibula Number of:(2)Division: appendicularPart of body: lower extremeties
False Ribs Number of:(10)Division: AxialPart of body: ribs
True Ribs Number of:(14)Division: axialPart of body: ribs
Floating ribs Number of:(4)Division:axialPart of body: ribs
Lumbar vertebrae Number of:(5)Division: axialPart of body; Spinal columnCommon name: Moose!
Created by: wvsoccergrl



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