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chp7 review

what bones are the cheek bones? zygomatic bone
connected by the coronal suture frontal,parietal
keystone bone of cranium sphenoid
keystone one of face maxillary
form the hard palate ___ ____ maxillary,palatine
allows the spinal cord to pass occipital
forms the chin mandible
contains paranasal sinuses ___ ___ ___ ___ ethmoid,frontal,maxillary,sphenoid
contains mastoid sinuses temporal
bone of the axial skeleton to which the pectoral girdle attaches sternum
marking include glenoid cavity/acromion scapula
features include the ala,crest/ greater sciatic notch ilium
doubly curved;acts as a shoulder strut clavicle
pelvic girdle bone that articulates with axial skeleton ilium
the "sit down" bone ischium
anteriormost bone of the pelvic girdle pubis
part of the vertebral column sacrum
articulates w/ acetabulum/the tibia femur
forms the lateral aspect of the ankle fibula
bone that "carries" the hand radius
the wrist bone carpals
end shaped like a monkey wrench ulna
articulates with the capitulum of the humerus radius
largest bone of this group is the calcaneus tarsals
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