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Bones #7


Forms the major portion of the coxal bone ilium
the inferiormost part of the sternum xiphoid process
the membranous areas between the cranial bones of the fetal skull are called fontanels
the axial skeleton contains the skull, vertabral column, and the ribcage
the ethmoid bone is composed of all of the following except the inferior nasal concha
What is the only vertebra that does not have a body atlas
the suture that connects the two parietal bones together is sagittal
what is the pituitary gland housed in sella turica of the sphenoid
why is the hyoid bone unique? it is the only bone that does not articulate with any other bone.
major funtions of intervetebral discs is support and prevent hypertension of the spine
which facial bone is not paired vomer
Where are the paranasal sinuses found Maxillae
What do you call an abnormal lateral curvature of the vertebral column seen in the thoracic region scoliosis
the function of the vertebral curve is to provide resilience and flexibility
the body or centrum of the thoracic vertebrae are heart shaped
which part of the verebrae recives the most stress the lumbar region
major function of the axial skeleton is provide support of the body and protect internal organs.
what two bones is in the antebrachium the radius and the ulna
the carpus consists of eight short bones and ligaments
the short bone that attaches to the third metacarpal is capitate
the bone in direct contact with the first metacarpal is the medial cuneiform
the foramen magnum passes through which skull bone occipital
the middle nasal concha is part of which bone ethmoid
the articulatiopn that most resembles a hinge is humreus/ulna
the pelvic girdle does not include the sacrum
which bone is not weight bearing fibula
the tibia is contact with which tarsus talus
the heel bone is called calcaneus
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