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chapter 15 bones

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what bone forms the forehead and the roof of the bony sockets of the eyes frontal bone
what two bones form the roof and upper part of the sides of the cranium parietal bone
what two bones form the lower sides and base of the cranium temporal
what bone forms that back and base of the skull and joins the parietal and temporal bones occipital
what are the two slender bones that support the bridge of the nose nasal bones
what are the large bones that compose the massive upper jawbones maxillary bones
what is the lower jawbone mandibular bone
what are the two bones called that form the high portion of the cheek zygomatic bones
what are the cavities that are located within the cranial and facial bones to lighten the skull sinuses
what is the neck portion of the back called and how many vertebrae does it consist of cervical
what is the chest portion of the back called and how many vertebrae does it consist of thoracic
what is the lower back portion of the back called and how many vertebrae does it consist of lumbar
what is the 5 vertebrae that have fused and is triangularly shaped sacrum
what is the 4 vertebrae that have fused and are at the bottom the spine coccyx
what is the name of the bone commonly called the collar bone. it connects the breastbone to the shoulder blades clavicle
what is the name of the bone commonly called the shoulder blade. they are 2 flat triangular bones on the back scapula
what is the name of the bone commonly called the breastbone. it is located down the middle of the ribcage sternum
what is the name of the bone commonly called the upper arm bone humerus
what is the name of the bone commonly called the medial lower arm bone ulna
what is the name of the bone commonly called the lateral lower arm bone radius
what is the name of the bones commonly called the wrist bones carpals
what is the name of the bones commonly called the palm of hand bones metacarpals
what is the name of the bones commonly called the finger bones phalanges
what is the name of the bone that is the largest and uppermost portion of the pelvis ilium
what is the posterior part of the pelvis ischium
what is the anterior par of the pelvis pubis
what is the cartilaginous disk between the two pubic bones pubic symphysis
what is the name of the bone commonly called the thigh bone femur
what is the name of the bone commonly called the kneecap patella
what is the name of the bone commonly called the shin bone. it is the larger of the 2 lower leg bones tibia
what is the name of the bone commonly called the smaller of the 2 lower leg bones fibula
what is it called when there is a bony prominence (flare) on a bone malleolus(medial on the inside or lateral on the outside)
what is the name of the bones commonly called the hind part of the foot tarsals
what is the name of the bones commonly called the bones of the midfoot metatarsals
what is the name of the bones commonly called the bones of the forefoot phalanges
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