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Chapter 7 Matching

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Parietal bone Cranial bone
Mandible Facial bone
Radius Arm
Ilium Pelvic girdle
Clavicle Pectoral girdle
Auditory ossicles Ear bones
C1 First cervical vertebra
Calcaneus Heel bone
Patella Kneecap
Capitate Carpal bone
Frontal bone Forehead
Coxal bone Hip
Zygomatic bone Cheekbone
Scapula Shoulder blade
Tibia and fibula Leg
External auditory meatus Temporal
Xiphoid process Sternum
Glenoid cavity Scapula
Greater and lesser trochanter Femur
Olecranon process Ulna
Cribiform plate Ethmoid
Forms the posterior hard palate Palatine bone
Forms the chin Mandible
Keystone bone of the face Maxilla
Contains mastoid sinuses Temporal
Allows the spinal cord to pass to brain Occipital
Articulates with the acetabulum and the tibia Femur
The wrist bones Carpals
Articulates with the capitulum of the humerus Radius
Largest bone of this group is the calcaneus Tarsals
End shaped like a monkey wrench Ulna
Part of the vertebral column Sacrum
Markings include glenoid cavity and acromion Scapula
Bone of the axial skeleton to which the pectoral girdle attaches Sternum
Pelvic girdle bone that articulates with the axial skeleton Ilium
Doubly-curved; acts as a shoulder strut Clavicle
Greater and lesser tubercles Humerus
Coronoid process Ulna
Styloid process Radius
Greater and lesser sciatic notches Coxal
Greater and lesser trochanter Femur
Medial and lateral condyles Tibia
Abnormal lateral spinal curvature that occurs most often in the thoracic region, or called "twisted disease" Scoliosis
Dorsally exaggerated thoracic curvature, or "hunch back" Kyphosis
An accentuated lumbar curvature, or swayback Lordosis
Common in those carrying a "large load up front", such as men with "potbellies" and pregnant women Temporary lordosis
Keystone of the cranium Sphenoid
Forms inferolateral aspects of the skull Temporal
Forms most of the superior and lateral aspects of the skull Parietal
Forms part of the nasal septum and the lateral walls and roof of the nasal cavity Ethmoid
Supraorbital foramina Frontal bone
Foramen magnum Occipital bone
Stylomastoid foramen Temporal bone
Foramen spinosum Sphenoid bone
Infraorbital foramen Maxilla bone
Forms the cheek and part of the orbit Zygomatic bone
Constructs the bridge of the nose Nasal bone
Forms part of the medial orbit wall Lacrimal bone
Part of the nasal septum Vomer
Forms part of the lateral walls of the nasal cavity Inferior nasal concha
Massive; kidney-shaped body Lumbar vertebra
Long; sharp spinous process that projects inferiorly Thoracic vertebra
Transverse processes contain foramina Cervical vertebra
Odontoid process Axis
Fovea dentis Atlas
Hallux Great toe
Triquetral Carpal bone
Pollex Thumb
Patella Kneecap
Cuboid Tarsal bone
Bones that form the fingers and toes Phalanges
Bones that form the wrist Carpals
Bones that form the palms of the hands Metacarpals
Bones that form the ankles Tarsals
Bones that form the sole of the feet Metatarsals
Sella turcica Sphenoid
Crista galli Ethmoid
Occipital condyles Occipital
Petrous and squamous portions Temporal bone
Formed by the parietal bones Sagittal suture
Formed between parietal and occipital bones Lambdoidal suture
Formed mainly by the temporal and parietal bones Squamosal suture
Formed where the parietals meet the frontal bone Coronal suture
Articulates with scapula Humerus
Forms the wrist joint with the radius and ulna Carpals
Bones of the palm of your hand Metacarpals
Olecranon process is part of this bone Ulna
Articulates with acetabulum of pelvis Head of femur
Elongated ridge on posterior of femur Linea aspera
Bone with the bony crest that forms the shin Tibia
Bone that has the lateral malleolus Fibula
Bone that contains the infraorbital foramen Maxilla
Foramen ovale is part of this bone Sphenoid
Superior and middle nasal conchae are part of this bone Ethmoid
Mastoid process Temporal
Humerus Arm
Ulna Medial forearm
Radius Lateral forearm
Scaphoid Wrist
Vertebrosternal True ribs
Vertebrochondral False ribs
Vertebral Floating ribs
Intercostal Between ribs
Created by: schell912