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Chapter 8 review

Skeletal Sys Review

a long shaft bone located in the upper arm humerus
cheekbone zigomatic
What are the three different types of ribs true,false and floating
distal to the femur and proximal to the tibia patella
ischium,ilium and the pubis are all part of coxal bone
bones that form the palm of the hand metacarpals
located at the ends of long bones epiphysis
spongy or cancellous refers to soft bone
opening of an area foramen
shaft of a bone diaphysis
femur and tibia meet knee
femur and coxal bone meet hip
scapula and humerus meet shoulder
if you injure the epiphyseal disc stunt growth
Created by: cfoxwell